"I'm praying a lot," she said.In Chicago, Lutheran Social Services Illinois is bracing for a $53,500 reduction in federal funding for mental health and substance abuse services, said Tim Sheehan, the nonprofit's executive director of behavioral health services. That means two case managers would lose their jobs, Sheehan said, and possibly the closing one of the agency's six "recovery homes" for sober alcoholics and drug-free addicts trying to re-enter the workforce.
Illinoisans Brace For Federal Cuts, Furloughs
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