Campus meeting brings good news

Monthly the 18 agencies gather in a regular meeting with a variety of purposes, including sharing the latest news.  This week’s Together Center Association meeting had an unusual amount of good news. Just a sampling:

Transition Academy informed us that 9 of 10 graduating this year from their program for developmentally disabled students have paid employment lined up.

Child Care Resources reported that they planned to be much busier on the campus in the coming year.  They plan to double the child care providers they impact with training and other tools.

Friends of Youth’s Homeless Youth Service Center has increased the number of youth they shelter at night from 15 to 20 at least until April, thanks to a grant.  That’s a big help to vulnerable young people in these cold months.

We are excited by all that our agencies can achieve in these economically difficult times.

Pam Mauk