The California Aquatic Therapy & Wellness Center in Long Beach has been awarded nearly $75,000 in grant funding by the Port of Long Beach and the S. Mark Taper Foundation. As part of an effort to curb air pollution, the port will provide $46,952 to the center, a nonprofit organization providing warm-water therapy and wellness programs to children and adults with disabilities. Port funding will go toward replacing solar equipment and provide renewable energy education and information to community members. Additionally, the S. Mark Taper Foundation awarded $25,000 to provide critical warm-water therapy to special-needs children and youths, including a new program serving children with autism.