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Addiction program losing federal funds

A program that has helped more than 11,000 Indiana residents fight drug addiction since 2010 will lose its funding at the end of the year, and agencies fear the effects on clients and employees.

The state has received $3.3 million through the Access to Recovery federal grant in the last four years. Marni Lemons, spokeswoman for the Family and Social Services Administration, told the Indianapolis Star that Congress slashed funding for the program.

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