Frontline Foundations Announces Matching Grant Opportunity for Porter County Churches

By: Frontline Foundations Last Updated: August 1, 2011

Frontline-FoundationsFrontline Foundations invites churches located in Porter County to apply for funding to implement a youth based substance abuse prevention program.

The purpose of the grant is to help strengthen and position the church as recognized leaders in substance abuse prevention and community outreach.

All churches located in Porter County are eligible. Applications must be completed and signed by Senior Pastor and submitted to Frontline Foundations no later than August 9th.

To request an application or for additional information please call Frontline Foundations at 219-728-1638.

Grant funding provided in collaboration with: Mayor Jon Costas, City of Valparaiso Substance Abuse Prevention Committee (VSAPC); City of Portage Mayor Olga Velazquez)

Incorporated in 2007, Frontline Foundations, Inc. is faith based substance abuse treatment for young men and women ages 18 to 28. Our program is exclusively designed to meet the needs of this underserved population. Our mission is to serve as a source of hope to young adults suffering from alcohol and drug abuse while also providing an effective treatment and recovery support system.

The Life Recovery Project was designed to see communities of faith equipped and trained to more effectively impact the issues of substance abuse. The mission of this Frontline initiative is to strengthen and position the church as recognized leaders in the combat against substance abuse in our community.

We work with our local churches and provide the necessary training for both prevention efforts and recovery support.