Ribbon Cutting at the Recovery Bank in Scranton

SCRANTON, Pa. -- A non-profit aimed at helping recovering addicts is now open inside an old bank building in Scranton.

Officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday at the Recovery Bank on Wyoming Avenue.

The non-profit is meant to provide activities and support services to recovering addicts in Lackawanna County.

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