Center will soon give HOPE to Eminence

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By Collin Overton

A comprehensive resource center in downtown Eminence is in the works.

The HOPE Center, soon-to-be located in the former Theiss Furniture Building at 68 West Broadway, will offer a comprehensive list of services for citizens to overcome addiction and socioeconomic problems. The Tri-County Community Action Agency recently bought the building from owner Jay Hall.

Henry County Judge-Executive John Logan Brent said the 11,000 square-foot-facility will be “one of a kind in Kentucky.”

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