Managed alcohol program is going to require funding

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Patty Hajdu, Shelter House executive director, and Clayton Mawakeesick, resident, chatted Monday in the Shelter House managed alcohol program building.
(Brent Linton)
Patty Hajdu, Shelter House executive director, and Clayton Mawakeesick, resident, chatted Monday in the Shelter House managed alcohol program building. (Brent Linton)

A two-year-old Shelter House program that has helped keep chronic alcoholics out of Thunder Bay’s jail and hospital emergency ward has proved its worth, but the program’s cost remains a sobering topic

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