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Posted: 6:56 a.m. Sunday, May 19, 2013
CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C. —
A Charlotte agency is working to keep the doors open at a Cabarrus County facility that helps recovering addicts turn their lives around. Hope Haven in North Charlotte is taking over the home in Concord. Serenity House has been around for decades, but lost its state license about three years ago, and its funding along with it. Alice Harrison is the president and CEO of Hope Haven in Charlotte, but is also a native of Cabarrus County. She said it means a lot to be able to step in and help. "To be able to come back to my home and do something great for my community really means a lot to me," she said.To get its license restored, Hope Haven will spend $96,000 bringing the house up to code. That includes electrical work, plumbing and making the home handicap accessible.
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