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Jan. 26, 2021 – “The value of it is about $33,000 and it’s really there to extend the invitation for anybody to get services who needs it,” Sandoval said.
Within the past year, AspenRidge has given out $323,000 in other scholarship categories.
One of the recipients, 27-year-old Kayla Winter, credits a scholarship for the 90-day treatment program that saved her life.
“I was homeless, and I pretty much was just surrounded by this huge cloud of darkness that I did not know how to get out of,” she said.
Winter has battled an addiction to alcohol since she was 17 years old.
“With COVID-19, it was so hard to get into treatment and so I used my resources,” she said. “I had a recovery coach at that time who was able to get me a scholarship into AspenRidge.”
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