The Herald-News: Will, Grundy nonprofits: Stopgap funding bill ‘not the endgame’

Ben Stortz, CEO for Cornerstone Services, said the bill is not detailed enough to know how dollars will be divvied out to local agencies. But it appears the nonprofit – which is owed about $1 million from the state – would be partially funded for its mental health, residential, and outpatient and therapy services if the bill is signed into law.

“It’s nice to get money out the door, but it’s not the endgame,” Stortz said.

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