June 13, 2016 – The last year has been one of tremendous growth for SavingTeens. Throughout our development we continue to be thankful for our long-term supporters. We are happy to share that Vantage Point by Aspiro agreed to partner with SavingTeens to help a family in need.
The young man was referred to SavingTeens through the pro bono support of Matthew Hart at Educational Directions. After a stay at a wilderness program, Mr. Hart and the wilderness therapist agreed that he needed additional care to support his growth and development, and chose Vantage Point by Aspiro..
Aspiro offered a very generous discount to help this young man enroll at Vantage Point. SavingTeens provided a cash scholarship as part of the package. Rick Meeves, CEO of Aspiro stated, “We are pleased to partner with SavingTeens to assist in providing much needed help and hope for another deserving family in need.” The generosity of programs like Aspiro has allowed SavingTeens to support more families in FY2016 than in any prior year.
We continue to be humbled by the support of the therapeutic care community.
About Vantage Point by Aspiro: Adolescence and young adulthood is a difficult time for even the most highly functioning person. Vantage Point by Aspiro is designed for individuals who face additional challenges as they grapple with a wide range of emotional, learning, neurodevelopmental, psychological and behavioral difficulties. http://www.vantagepointaspiro.com/
About Educational Directions: Educational Directions, Inc. provides a student-centered, nurturing environment to help individuals realize their full potential. With over 100 years of collective experience in a variety of school, college, and therapeutic settings, our experienced staff is ready to guide you in selecting the appropriate fit. http://educationaldirections.com/
About SavingTeens: SavingTeens is a philanthropic organization dedicated to assisting troubled teens and their families struggling with significant emotional and behavioral challenges including anxiety, depressions, addictions and other risky behaviors. Working in close collaboration with the therapeutic community, SavingTeens provides financial and other support to families of teens in crisis. www.savingteens.org
Learn more at www.savingteens.org, or contact Carrie Weatherhead, LCSW; Director of Development, 617-605-5827, email@example.com.