Corbin’s Cumberland Comprehensive Care Center will receive a portion of approximately $6 million in grant funding to address Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS). The announcement was made last week by officials with the Kentucky Governor’s Office. The funding will be used to expand treatment and recovery services for pregnant and parenting women struggling with addiction. A total of 17 non-profit organizations will receive portions of the funding. Cumberland River Comprehensive Care Center was awarded $290,400. Regional director of recovery services for Cumberland River Comprehensive Care Center Tim Cesario said this will give them the opportunity to serve young women who suffer from the disease of addiction, to give them hope, education and life skills to assist them on their path to recovery.