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Mentor Pair Interview: Kiara and Terry

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“I feel young again,” says Terry of her experience as a mentor. “I feel like a teenager when I’m with her. I feel excited to show her new things, but often Kiara is the one who is teaching me more.” Learn more about Kiara and Terry’s mentoring partnership.
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Open for the winter.

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Our winter warming shelter opened its doors November 6th. It’s located in the Parish Hall of St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral between Allen and Peru Streets in Burlingotn. We wanted to let you know that our winter warming shelter for youth opened its doors for the first time this week. And it’s funded entirely by people like you. …
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Spectrum Expands to Include New Riverstone Youth Counseling Program

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The addition of Riverstone adds a youth-focused counseling program to Spectrum’s wide range of services. Open to the public, Riverstone counselors are trained clinical mental health/social workers and substance abuse counselors who focus on a client-centered approach to help teenagers and young adults work through and overcome mental health and substance use issues.
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Know Your “Why”: Youth Build Leadership Skills at Spring Conference

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What follows is a guest blog post written by CeCe Horbat, the Diversity, Equity, & Multiculturalism Coordinator at Spectrum. On May 6th, 2017, we hosted the Youth Leadership Conference at Champlain College. Created by our Multicultural Youth Program, the conference is designed for youth to have fun and learn, while also providing the support they need to …
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