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Officials decide to build new addiction recovery center in Carter County

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Saturday, April 26, 2014 9:01 AM EDT

A proposed addiction recovery center has finally found a home in eastern Kentucky.

The Independent reports Genesis Kentucky Recovery Center will be located in Grayson.

The announcement last week comes after partners in the project evaluated dozens of sites. Originally, officials wanted the center to be located in Boyd County, but magistrates there rejected the proposal.

Officials in Grayson and Carter County welcomed the center, which will house up to 100 males from six eastern Kentucky counties.

Pathways Inc., which will operate the center, said a groundbreaking could happen as soon as August.

Information from: The Independent,


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