On Monday, March 25 and Wednesday, March 27, by eating at Buffalo Wild Wings you will help support the Family Support and Treatment Center.
I have volunteered for this organization in the past and I absolutely love what they’re doing.
“Here at the Family Support & Treatment Center, we believe that children are our most precious resource and secure, happy, well-adjusted children are our highest priority. Our prevention programs are designed to teach children how to recognize and prevent their own abuse, while our therapeutic programs work to heal those that have been abused or neglected. While the agency devotes a considerable amount of time for therapeutic treatment of children, teens, and adults, the Center’s primary focus is on child abuse prevention, and is the only agency in Utah County that specializes in both treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect. We believe that when prevention programs and therapy are offered hand-in-hand, the cycle of abuse is much more easily broken.
Established in 1984, we serve families and individuals in Utah County, Summit County, Wasatch County, Juab County, and Millard County. Our agency is committed to improving our community by providing therapeutic treatment for children, adults, and families whose lives have been affected by abuse or neglect, prevention programs which teach children how to prevent their own abuse, and parenting classes that provide overwhelmed parents new techniques in successfully raising strong, healthy, happy children. We also offer a 24-hour Crisis Respite Nursery available for free to parents in need of a time-out to regroup and take care of other pressing issues that affect the family. Our Adoption Respite program assists parents who have adopted children that struggle with attachment and bonding issues.”
Things they offer include:
Crisis Respite Nursery
Great organization, right? So please join them for some March Madness and a silent auction (Monday night). Also, please make sure you print off the ticket/paper for when you go so that 10% of the money will go directly to the Family Support and Treatment Center.