LEWISTON — Tri-County Mental Health Services has received $175,000 in congressionally directed spending for infrastructure improvements supported by Sen. Angus King.

This funding will be used to renovate and repair the agency’s aging infrastructure.

These building renovations include crucial roofing and heating system repairs that are essential in maintaining a safe, comfortable and welcoming environment to best serve Tri-County clients, according to a news release from Leslie Ogilvie, grants and communication manager.

“This investment in our aging infrastructure will allow us to conduct critical repairs and upgrades to our office in Lewiston,” said Catherine Ryder, CEO of Tri-County Mental Health Services. “The ability to create a welcoming, safe and trauma-informed environment is essential so that clients feel encouraged and comfortable enough to share their stories and grow in their recovery.”



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