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SavingTeens and Generous Professionals Support Seattle Teenager

August 9, 2016 – Through the generosity of a team composed of donors, an educational consultant, and two residential therapeutic programs, SavingTeens has been able to help a young woman from Seattle.

SavingTeens is contributing scholarship funds for this young woman as she transitions from Wingate Wilderness Therapy to ReCreation Retreat.  Dana Dean Doering, of Dean Doering & Associates, provided pro bono educational consulting. Both Wingate and ReCreation provided generous scholarships making it possible for this young woman to access these therapeutic interventions. 

SavingTeens continues to rely on the generosity of our donors and the philanthropy of our partners in the therapeutic care community. The number of families positively impacted by our collective efforts has expanded dramatically over the past years. Thank you all!!

About ReCreation Retreat: Re-Creation Retreat is a residential treatment center and private therapeutic boarding school for troubled girls. It is well known for its commitment to providing individualized and personalized care to girls with adoption issues, as well as other emotional problems leading to self-destructive behaviors. Residents in the program receive individual support and care.

About Wingate Wilderness: WinGate Wilderness Therapy is a premier wilderness therapy program for troubled teens and young adults. Designed for both troubled teens and young adults, WinGate offers two distinctly separate wilderness experiences addressing the needs of two very different age groups.

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

To learn more, go to our website at www.savingteens.org or contact Carrie Weatherhead, LCSW; Executive Director, 617-605-5827, c.weatherhead@savingteens.org.

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