Expo Recap: Mental Health, Disabilities and Substance Abuse 🏡

In a season where needs for support are so prevalent, it was encouraging to hear from this week’s presenters. These mighty organizations are serving the whole age range: tiny newborns to youth to adults.  Learn more about their specific programs by clicking the links below or listening to the recording.  From the Employee Giving Drive website, you can make donations & pledges, set payroll deduction or volunteer time for these environmentally focused nonprofit organizations.   

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Empowering Youth and Families EGP Code: 10010

Empowering Youth and Families Outreach mission is to support academic success, build positive character traits, and support the youth we serve in the pursuit of their life goals.

Ashley House         EGP Code: 9534

Ashley House is home to children, teens, and young adults who are coping with the challenges of a catastrophic injury, serious illness, or a congenital birth defect. Ashley House is an innovative alternative for those who would otherwise have to stay in a hospital or nursing home because of serious medical problems.

Pediatric Interim Care Center       EGP Code: 9113

Pediatric Interim Care Center (PICC) is the nation’s first interim care nursery for drug-exposed and medically fragile newborns. Founded in 1990, PICC’s model program has given more than 3,100 infants a safe and healthy start in life.

Mental Health Housing Foundation          EGP Code: 9363

Mental Health Housing Foundation has a mission is to provide affordable independent housing for individuals living with persistent mental illness who are enrolled in the public mental health system. They partner with Sound Mental Health in care for the residents.

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