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Highmark West Virginia Charitable Fund for Health awards more than $600,000 in substance use disorder program grants

Eight W.Va. Non-Profits Receive Grant Funding Focused on Improving SUD Outcomes in the Mountain State  

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PARKERSBURG, W.Va. – Eight West Virginia-based non-profit organizations will receive funding from the Highmark West Virginia Charitable Fund for Health to support programs that combat substance use disorders (SUD). The grants, which were submitted in response to the Charitable Fund’s SUD . . .

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