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Press Release

ECKERD YOUTH ALTERNATIVES
Clearwater, Florida

Eckerd Youth Alternatives names Senic Director of Private Services

Tom Denham
Director, External Communications
727-461-2990, ext. 332
www.eckerd.org

October 3, 2006

Angie Senic has been named Director for Private Services of Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Inc., announced EYA Chief Operating Officer Bob McKeagney.

“Angie has the experience and commitment that will enable us to continue building our capacity to achieve excellence in our private care programs,” McKeagney said.  “We are excited about her joining our team to help troubled youth.”
           
Senic was previously executive director of Alldredge Academy in Davis, West Virginia.  It is a wilderness-based program with a boarding school.  She has also served as principal of Alldredge Academy, and as an administrator, teacher and curriculum specialist for other West Virginia youth programs.
           
“Eckerd Youth Alternatives has a wonderful reputation of doing quality work with at-risk adolescents, and I believe that growing its private sector programs provides an opportunity to take this work to an additional population of young people,” Senic said.   “I am excited about joining the Eckerd family.”
           
She will directly oversee operations of EYA’s two outdoor therapeutic programs dedicated to serving privately referred youth and their families.   The residential programs are located in Deer Lodge, Tenn. and Brooksville, Fla.

About Eckerd Youth Alternatives
Founded by philanthropists Jack and Ruth Eckerd, Eckerd Youth Alternatives (EYA) is one of the nation’s leading providers of services for troubled youth. As a private not-for-profit organization, EYA serves nearly 10,000 children each year. Since 1968, more than 70,000 young people have been helped through a range of five program models in 40 locations in eight states: Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Ohio, Vermont, Rhode Island and New Hampshire. To learn more, call 1-800-554-HELP (4357) or visit www.eckerd.org.


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