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Cherry Hall Recovery Support Outreach
The Cherry Fellowship Hall was founded here in Seattle, over 40 years ago by a group of African American recovering alcoholics, to provide those pursuing recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, with a clean and sober environment where folks could meet and thrive, while pursuing a life of recovery from addiction. Given the increasing epidemic of opioid and fentanyl addiction here in Seattle, the Cherry Hall Board of Directors are proposing the development of a recovery outreach team.
This proposal has been accepted because:
Type of funding: Programs and services (non-capital)\
Rough cost estimate: Under $500,000
✅ This idea could be implemented without changing current policy or law.
✅ This idea is within the City's jurisdiction.
❌ This idea names a vendor, which would violate open contract laws.
✅ This idea would not incur costs indefinitely.
Other notes: n/a
Thank you for sharing your idea. This idea and its evaluation have been forwarded to the budget delegates. They will use this information to group together similar ideas, narrow down options based on community needs, and develop fully detailed proposals for you and your community to vote on in October 2023.
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