Government ministers handed over a cheque to help with expenses for the Hope for Today addiction recovery centre in West Bay.
Deputy Premier and Education Minister Rolston Anglin and Tourism Minister Cline Glidden delivered the cheque to the facility, which houses six men and two women in separate male and female residences.
The centre, which was launched in 2010 and is run by a board of directors, provides regular thrice weekly 12-step recovery meetings to those in the community who are struggling with addiction.
Hope for Today collaborates with government agencies that provide recovery services, such as the National Drug Council, the Drug Court, the Department of Counselling and Caribbean Haven.
Minister Anglin said the donation was motivated by the positive impact the centre has had on people suffering from substance addiction and by extension the larger community.