Del. Creates Community Mental Health Services Fund


Delaware plans to create a community-based mental health services fund, utilizing money from the American Rescue Plan Act that was passed earlier this year. Governor John Carney said Wednesday that the fund will help providers of community health care services, non-profits and faith-based institutions provide services in their communities. Such organizations may apply for funding…

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‘Christmas For Thousands’ Will Feed About 3,000 Families


About 3,000 meals will be on their way to families in need after a day of packing at Mountaire Farms’ Selbyville plant Monday in support of “Christmas for Thousands.” The food drive followed up on the chicken company’s Thanksgiving for Thousands initiative. Volunteers packed 3,000 boxes that contained a Mountaire Farms roaster chicken, corn, yams,…

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Changes for Round 3 of the DE Relief Grants


More Delaware small businesses and nonprofits are eligible to apply for DE Relief Grants under changes made to the program.With the third application round getting under way, small businesses will no longer need to demonstrate a revenue decline of at least 7.5 percent from 2019 to 2020. Instead, they will only need to prove they…

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Non-essential Businesses in MD Close by 5pm Monday; Relief Package Announced for Employees, Small Businesses & Non-profits


Governor Larry Hogan today ordered the closure of all non-essential businesses in the state and announced a $175 million relief package to assist employees, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The governor again urged Marylanders to help their neighbors by staying home in order to slow the spread of coronavirus. “We…

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