SYRACUSE — K21 Health Foundation recently approved a $40,000 to the Rose Home North in Syracuse to assist with needed facility renovations. The renovations include a new roof, updated bathrooms, repairing leak damage in the interior and expanding the outdoor children’s play area.
The facility was expanded last year to increase their capacity from 10 to 12 clients. “Rose Home North is a drug and alcohol free home that works to help prepare our residents to transition back into their daily lives,” said Beth Morgan, RHN Executive Director. “This grant will help us meet our goal of providing a place of hope and healing in a healthy and safe environment. We are also excited to expand our outdoor play area for the children of our residents during family visits.”
“Drug and alcohol addiction is on the rise in our community but the unfortunate reality is that there are fewer options than the amount of need for treatment and recovery in our area, particularly for women,” explained K21 President and CEO Rich Haddad. “K21 is pleased to help Rose Home North as they provide addiction recovery solutions within in health care services that exists in Kosciusko County.
For more information about Rose Home North, please call (574) 457-4408.