More than 400 people supported Alexander Youth Network at the Celebrating Our Legacy fundraising luncheon at the Westin Hotel on Tuesday, May 7. A courageous speaker shared his story of how Alexander impacted him, as attendees shed tears of hope. It’s not too late to support our Legacy of Hope. Click here to make a donation.
Hip Hip Hooray! In the past year, our volunteer corps has grown to a new record of 1,361 individuals, up from 1,271. Special thanks go to our Volunteer Leadership Council who continue to leverage the talents of our volunteer corps. Click here for more information on volunteering.
We know more than ever about the human brain and the ways that maltreatment and abuse impact its development during childhood when is growing most rapidly. We have the ability to assess which parts of a child’s brain have been most impacted by maltreatment. We understand what it takes to heal different parts of the brain, and use a treatment approach called the “Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics” to craft therapy that looks like play. Click here for more information. Click here for more information.
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For 125 years, Alexander Youth Network has maintained a legacy of hope and help for thousands of children. Have we made a difference in your life or the life of someone you love? Share your “Legacy Story” with us. Simply click here for the online portal, or contact Communications at 704.372.8712 ex. 246.
Thanks to these very important people who give their all to Alexander Youth Network.
Irma and Arthur Patterson have been caring for foster children in their Spindale home since 1985. They say the secret to successful fostering is love, patience and honesty.
Amber Schrodt coordinates intake and office management operations for the Southern Piedmont locations of Alexander in Fayetteville and Southern Pines. Amber is resourceful and always willing to help, whether assisting a colleague or a family in need of assistance for their child.
Nancy Bunt has been volunteering with Alexander for ten months, working with children in the Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility each week. She helps them relax using Reiki, an Asian practice of “hands on healing.” Nancy has practiced Reiki for 18 years and is a certified Integrated Yoga instructor and Personal Trainer.
Interested in becoming a part of the Alexander Youth Network family? Visit our website to Get Involved or Join our Team.
Main Campus: 6220 Thermal Road, Charlotte, NC 28211Phone: (704) 366-8712 | Fax: (704) 362-8464 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
6220 Thermal Road, Charlotte NC 28211
Phone: 704.366.8712 | Fax: 704.362.8464