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Karuk Services Expansion (2018)

Happy Camp, CA

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NMTC Amount: $6,500,000

Est. Total Project Cost: $6,810,000

Addiction Treatment

College or Vocational Training

Community

Community Center

Healthcare

Indian Country

Rural

COMMUNITY IMPACT

The Karuk Tribe constructed a 4,800 sq ft family services center in Happy Camp, California. The center houses many tribal programs including cash aid, behavioral and substance abuse counseling, job training and employment assistance, and Indian Child Welfare and social services. Additionally, the tribe constructed an 11,400 sq ft resident services center, also in Happy Camp, that houses a full-service gymnasium/community center with separate exercise and locker rooms. Finally, the Karuk Tribe used the financing to rehabilitate a medical and dental clinic in Yreka, CA improving traffic flow and parking as well as repairing the leaking roof and updating the HVAC system.

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