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    CAMfestUS for all!

    We’re honored to be part of this summer festival fundraiser to honor the memory of Cameron Lee Abatiell on July 1st in Newbury, MA.

    If you’re in Masachussetts or passing through, the festival features music, dance, food, and more to benefit our youth, as well as other organizations in New England that empower at-risk youth.

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    “I would like you to know that I am not dumb.”

    These words—and an unshaken belief in the potential of young people to turn their lives around—drove our executive director, Mark Redmond, from Wall Street to Pearl Street.

    Read more in this profile that Seven Days featured on Mark.

    Photo by James Buck for Seven Days.

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    The Game of Life

    Emma Michalowski, senior at Champlain College, has interned for the past year in our supported housing programs.

    Emma created a life-skills training program for youth in our emergency shelter, The Landing, and our transitional housing. She created a game about budgeting and managing money, plus a cooking segment. Her reflections are on our blog.

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    The Seven Challenges

    Our holistic approach to therapy incorporates the Seven Challenges program that empowers youth by supporting them to create change.

    We are currently accepting referrals and new clients of all backgrounds and incomes. Get help now or make a referral by calling us at (802) 864-7423 x310.

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Spectrum’s Empty Bowl Dinner
October 12, 2017
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Spectrum’s Sleep Out
March 29, 2018
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The Game of Life

As part of my senior capstone project, I developed a life skills training program for the youth in Spectrum’s supported housing. The Game of Life helped youth practice their money management skills. The cooking module was designed to show the youth they can cook healthy, fresh meals for a lower cost than buying pre-prepared food.
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