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Bennington drug treatment center not opening until July, at best

Initial goal was to open The Addiction Treatment Center of Southwestern Vermont in March, but July is more likely
01/26/2015 07:09 PM EST
BENNINGTON >> A drug treatment center announced in October may come later than originally thought. Ralph Provenza, executive director of United Counseling Service, one of the partners working on The Addiction Treatment Center of Southwestern Vermont, said the facility will not open in March as previously thought, and that July is a far more likely, yet still optimistic, goal. 
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Bennington drug treatment center not opening until July, at best

Initial goal was to open The Addiction Treatment Center of Southwestern Vermont in March, but July is more likely
BENNINGTON >> A drug treatment center announced in October may come later than originally thought. Ralph Provenza, executive director of United Counseling Service, one of the partners working on The Addiction Treatment Center of Southwestern Vermont, said the facility will not open in March as previously thought, and that July is a far more likely, yet still optimistic, goal. Full Story
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