A 24-hour residential safe place for young people who are at risk and need refuge due to neglect, abuse, abandonment or are in need of supervision.
CERC/Shelter Director: Brandi Pierce, firstname.lastname@example.org
We serve children, youth and families on a regular or intensive basis on-site, in school or in a community setting.
Now accepting new clients for individual, family, and group counseling. We would be glad to serve you.
Clinical Director: Kendra Smith, email@example.com
Providing short-term educational services for children, youth and families for identifying and promoting positive behaviors and enhancing relationships.
Parenting for adults; Pregnant and parenting teen course.
Email for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Service geared for the first time offender, giving a second chance to our youth who finish the program. We teach proper communication, anger management, and drug and alcohol abuse education. We work toward bringing together our youth and their parents/guardians.
Email for more information: email@example.com
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