Kentucky

June 7, 2012 9:13 AM

Christian Appalachian Project to close three programs in Kentucky

The Rainbow Respite program and a residential drug recovery program for women in Rockcastle County, and a Martin County child and family development center are to close by Aug. 31 as part of a strategic planning initiative, president and CEO Guy Adams said, after a drop in donations this fiscal year.

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