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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News The Vermont Department of Health announced in January 2002 that it will receive $400,000 in federal aid to construct the state's first residential treatment facility for adolescents. The facility will be located in the Connecticut River Valley and will house 16 to 18 teens. The target date for the facility's completion and grand opening is not known, state officials say. The federal grant also gives Spectrum Youth and Family Services in Burlington, Vermont, $150,000 to . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News The Vermont Department of Health announced in January 2002 that it will receive $400,000 in federal aid to construct the state's first residential treatment facility for adolescents. The facility will be located in the Connecticut River Valley and will house 16 to 18 teens. The target date for the facility's completion and grand opening is not known, state officials say. The federal grant also gives Spectrum Youth and Family Services in Burlington, Vermont, $150,000 to . . .
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