LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A place hundreds of people turn to for
help, is looking for some help of their own.
The Healing Center is looking at a budget deficit of $1
The president tells us costs and demand are on the rise, but
donations are down.
The Healing Place helps hundreds of people every year who are
struggling with an addiction.
They have cut costs where ever they can internally. But if they
don't fill that gap, programs such as child development, parenting,
and after care are in jeopardy.
Jay Davidson, the president of the Healing Place, says, "The
impression is that we're so good and so great that we don't really
need any help, but in fact we do we're just like the other not for
profits, we've been struggling for the past couple years."
Davidson is hopeful donations will pick up the second half
of this year, as we approach the holidays.
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Posted on August 3, 2012