Funding announced for Corridor Community Options in Enfield

Corridor Community Options

The provincial government has announced $1.5 million to help build a new facility for Corridor Community Options in Enfield.

Premier Stephen McNeil visited the not-for-profit organization on Friday, saying this investment will help Corridor build a stronger, more connected community.

The organization offers employment opportunities, skills development, job coaching, recreational services, and specialized day programs.

They currently support more than 44 people, many with complex support needs. 

Corridor Community Options, which started in the mid-1970s, also receives just over $479,000 in annual operational funding from the Department of Community Services under the Disability Support Program.