Faced one year ago with severe budget cuts and the possibility of closing its doors, the Florence Crittenton home has made a strong recovery and expanded its community outreach in 2014, staff with the nonprofit said.
A 114-year-old Helena nonprofit, Florence Crittenton provides a home for pregnant and parenting teens, as well as a variety of outreach services.
Following cuts and delays in funding at the state and federal level, Florence Crittenton saw a 25 percent drop in funding at the end of 2013.
Through aggressive fundraising and renegotiating funding rates with the state, Florence Crittenton was able to recover the revenue.
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