J. Ford Crandall Memorial Foundation Helps Fund South Campus Renovation Project

Meridian has received $15,000 from the J. Ford Crandall Memorial Foundation to help with their South Campus Renovation Project.  The funding will go towards the replacement of 80+ windows, many of which are original to the building.

Meridian’s South Campus offers several different programs to people in the community including inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, primary care, a centering program for pregnant women with Mercy Health, and residential services.  The building serves between 300-400 individuals a year.  All of the improvements made to this facility increase the safety, comfort level, and wellbeing of the patients and residents who live there, allowing them to focus on their recovery and long term needs instead of the safety and other unnecessary burdens.

“We are very appreciative of the funds and support we received from the J. Ford Crandall Memorial Foundation,” shared Meridian’s President and CEO, Larry Moliterno.  “They are really invested in the Mahoning Valley, and with their help, we are able to continue to serve many individuals in our community.”