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From Our Clinical Director
I hope everyone has had a great summer as it is quickly coming to an end. We are looking forward to hearing about the great adventures and trips that many of you took. Well school is starting back and as much as parents say they are glad and the children say they are ready to go back, changing from one routine to another can be stressful. We have children with great potential; remember every situation is an opportunity for teaching. A lot of times our kids are angry and they have great reason to be. In many cases, life has not been fair to them, they have things going on within their body and brain that they don’t understand and they do not know how to control themselves.
We thank you Robin Williams, not only for the times we smiled, cried, or laughed till we cried, but for bringing the issue of depression and mental illness to the fore front. There are a lot of people of all races, genders, and social status that deal with mental health illnesses such as depression. They should never feel like they are alone. People really do care and matter about what you are going through.
We would love for you to meet Phyllis Green, talk about a lady filled with knowledge and stories about life. She is well traveled and lived in several places like Florida, Guam Island, and Asheville. She has been fostering for 20 years and lives by the motto, Live and Let Live.
We were blessed with the opportunity to be featured in WNC Woman’s Magazine in Asheville, NC. Rachael Johns wrote an amazing article.
Our agency was featured in an article this month for Carolina Day School. We are very please that Brandi’s legacy lives on. Click on Continue Reading to see the entire article.
What an awesome time we had at our 1st annual girls day out! Our young ladies were pampered by the ladies at Carolina College of Hair Design where they got their hair and nails done.