Money secured as part of Consolidated Appropriations Act
SANFORD, Fla. – Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Winter Park, will hold a ceremony Monday morning to present $400,000 in federal funding to a Sanford-based opioid addiction clinic.
The event at Hope & Healing Center on Eslinger Way is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.
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Joining Murphy will be Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma and Tim Cook, CEO of AdventHealth’s Seminole County Market, according to a news release.
Murphy said in a statement she was able to secure this funding as part of the recently passed Consolidated Appropriations Act, containing several of her projects.
News 6 will plan to stream the event live at the top of this story when it starts.
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