Valley Hope selected to receive a $25,000 Impact and Capacity Grant from the Kansas Health Foundation
Valley Hope was selected as a grant recipient of the Kansas Health Foundation’s (KHF) 2021 Impact and Capacity Grants (ICG) initiative. The ICG initiate provides one-year grants up to $25,000 to support either impactful projects or organizational capacity-building efforts for those nonprofits whose mission aligns with the KHF.
This $25,000 grant award will be utilized to provide support for a new Extended Treatment and Housing Program at Valley Hope of Norton. Valley Hope of Norton provides residential addiction treatment to more than 350 individuals and their families each year. Individuals in the program will participate in outpatient treatment and will receive meals and housing. They will also be required to obtain employment in the community.
“We are grateful for the generous support of the Kansas Health Foundation to benefit this vital new program at Valley Hope of Norton. We know the need is great and we are proud to offer a unique treatment opportunity to those individuals in need of extended treatment,” Westley Kendall, Valley Hope of Norton Executive Director, said.
About the Kansas Health Foundation:
The Kansas Health Foundation is a philanthropy dedicated to improving the health of all Kansans. For more information about the Kansas Health Foundation, visit www.kansashealth.org
About Valley Hope:
Since 1967, Valley Hope has provided hope and healing to people and families impacted by substance use disorder. With residential and outpatient addiction treatment services at 17 locations nationwide, Valley Hope has helped more than 350,000 individuals overcome addiction and lead successful lives in recovery. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. For help, call (800) 544-5101.