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News & Views - Feb, 1994 Issue #26 

Orange, California
Joey D. Dusina

In a press release dated January, 1994, Joey Dusina announced he had formed a new Transport company called Helping Hands. It is "specifically designed to help the adolescent, his family, and ... the Adolescent Care Professional." 

"For over 15 years, Joey Dusina has worked with adolescents in many different capacities -- Interventions, Behavior modification, transports, and location and retrieval of runaways." 

It has a "staff of specialists with advanced degree's in Psychology or Sociology, including over 75 combined years of experience with adolescent Drug, Alcohol, Psychological and Emotional problems." 

Dusina points out that a widely diverse staff enables Helping Hands "to coordinate both the physical and emotional capabilities of a staff member with the requirements of an adolescent. This insures a positive transition from home or retrieval location to the destination of choice."  

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