The Friends of Families Foundation With Children in Crisis
Foundation To Assist Students
With School Tuitions
Dr. Jim Powell
May 8, 2007
The Friends of Families Foundation With Children in Crisis was founded in 1998 and helped dozens of families throughout the country continue their children's enrollment at therapeutic schools. Recently there have been several new developments in the Foundation.
Since retooling the 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization last fall, the Foundation's trustees have already paved the way for three students to continue their stay through to completion at their emotional growth schools.
With the collaboration, compassion and support of Boulder Creek Academy (Idaho), Oakley School (Utah) and New Leaf Academy (North Carolina), these families will be able to experience the accomplishment of their child's completion at their respective schools.
Therapeutic/emotional growth schools across the country are encouraged to contact the Foundation's representatives to find out how to qualify as a participating school for Foundation support.
"We are so excited to be helping families again," said Joel Horowitz, Foundation trustee. "We know the value of program completion and hope to assist more families-in- need experience the joy we felt when our children completed their journey through emotional growth schools."
The Foundation is working to continue raising funds so that additional families can be equally assisted. While its website is under development, donations are welcome and brochures and information can be received by contacting the Foundation's representatives at 951-317-3151 or firstname.lastname@example.org.