Rehab center gets 66% rise in government funding


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Feb 20, 2019

The Abinader administration has upped the National Budget allotment to the Dominican Rehabilitation Association (ADR) from RD$84 million to RD$140 million. ADR is the leading rehabilitation center in the Dominican Republic. For years, it did the work of the government. In 2020, Rehabilitación provided 810,551 services in the different modalities and treatments, or 61% of what they offered in 2019.

During the meeting, in which the 2020 financial report of the non-profit entity was released, it reflected total assets amounting to RD$1.43 billion, total liabilities of RD$254 million and equity of RD$1.17 billion.

During the most recent general assembly, the founder of ADR, Mary Perez de Marrazini was declared president ad vitam.

Her son, Celso Marranzini highlighted the support of the government, which despite the economic crisis...

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