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ALHFoundation supports Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois

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[February 14, 2014]  The Abraham Lincoln Healthcare Foundation has presented funds to help Logan-Mason Rehabilitation Center participants.

During the 2013 Light Up A Life campaign, supporters of the foundation could designate funds to supporting enrichment activities for Logan-Mason Rehabilitation clients. Those donations, totaling $796.15, were presented to Logan-Mason Rehab on Jan. 24.

"We are grateful to the community and the Abraham Lincoln Healthcare Foundation for this donation," said Peggy Ross-Jones, administrator of the Logan-Mason Rehabilitation Center. "We look forward to using these funds to take our developmentally and intellectually disabled clients to community events that provide positive, integrated growth experiences."

Logan-Mason Rehabilitation Center provides rehabilitation and support services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Services include community and on-site employment, community support, developmental training, and 24-hour supervised residential services. Logan-Mason Rehabilitation Center is part of Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois, an affiliate of Memorial Health System. For more information about Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois, visit

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Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital is a community-based critical-access hospital serving the people of Logan and eastern Mason counties. The Abraham Lincoln Healthcare Foundation was formed in 1986 to support the mission of ALMH. To learn more about this and other foundation programs, call 217-605-5006 or visit

[Text from Abraham Lincoln Healthcare Foundation news release received from Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital]

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