Congressman Johnson announces $3,867,868 in grant funding to address veteran and community health
DECATUR, GA—Rep. Hank Johnson (GA-04) today announced that Recovery Consultants of Atlanta (RCA), is receiving nearly $4 million in grant funding from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to provide veterans and other members of the community with behavioral health, coronavirus testing and other health services.
“Recovery Consultants of Atlanta has taken funding from the CARES Act and hit the ground running servicing some of our nation’s bravest individuals, our men and women veterans,” said Rep. Johnson. “From their homeless veteran’s reintegration program, to their work with helping folks kick the habits of drug and alcohol abuse, I’m proud to have Recovery Consultants of Atlanta in Georgia’s Fourth Congressional District.”
RCA is committed to providing comprehensive health care services including person-centered HIV, HEP C and drug treatment services in a safe and cost-effective manner while organizing and teaching members of the Metro-Atlanta 12-step and faith-based communities to become advocates of better health and recovery.
RCA’s mission statement is to “Be a nationally recognized entity working to realize a society where comprehensive health care services are available to all and those at risk or addicted to alcohol or other drugs are valued and treated with dignity; and stigma, discrimination and other barriers are eliminated.”