The Oak Park-River Forest Infant Welfare Society's Children's Clinic recently received a $262,000 grant to create space to deliver dental services to children with special needs.
"As part of the project we're leveraging the grant to also complete a number of renovations," according to a statement released by Katie O'Brien, the IWS's director of strategic marketing. "One element of the project is a therapeutic mural with healthy behaviors."
O'Brien said the renovations will be done by numerous local companies, including Oak Design & Construction, which has been hired as the project's contractor.
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