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North Dakota receives grant to fund aging project

BISMARCK - Gov. John Hoeven and Department of Human Services Executive Director Carol K. Olson announced Thursday that the Federal Administration on Aging has awarded the North Dakota Department of Human Services a $202,771 grant to fund an Aging...

BISMARCK - Gov. John Hoeven and Department of Human Services Executive Director Carol K. Olson announced Thursday that the Federal Administration on Aging has awarded the North Dakota Department of Human Services a $202,771 grant to fund an Aging and Disability Resource Center pilot project in the Bismarck area.

The goal of the project is to better inform older adults, adults with disabilities, and their families of services available to them.

For more information or to find available services, call (800) 451-8693 or visit

www.carechoice.nd.gov

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