30 April 2017 – The San Mateo County Department of Housing (DOH) has awarded $35,000 in HUD Community Development Block Grant funds to Free At Last: Community Recovery And Rehabilitation Services. The County’s grant will support clean and sober supportive transitional housing for San Mateo County residents during the July 1, 2017- June 30, 2018 fiscal year. Free At Last is grateful for the continued financial support of the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors and DOH.
The mission of Free At Last: Community Recovery And Rehabilitation Services (Free At Last) is to rebuild the community from within, reclaiming addicts and giving people who failed in the past the chance to succeed in the future. Free At Last provides community-based, culturally appropriate bilingual (English/Spanish) treatment, intervention and prevention services designed to reduce the exceptionally high rates of substance abuse and HIV infection and to break the cycle of addiction, reunite and rebuild families torn apart by intergenerational addiction, provide alternatives to incarceration, and foster economic self-sufficiency.
For more information regarding Free At Last: Community Recovery And Rehabilitation Services or our programs and services contact Susan Cortopassi, Chief Executive Officer at 650.462.6992.