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Alexander Youth Network Blog

The Official Blog of Alexander Youth Network

Please note, at Alexander Youth Network we respect our clients and their families. In order to maintain their anonymity, Alexander has changed the names of individuals and some identifying details such as physical properties, place of treatment and location.

How do we fight the stigma surrounding mental health?  In a blog post, NAMI leads with the importance of talking
Since early 2020, it seems like the world around us has been in chaos. If economic hardship, political protests and
Welcome to the new and improved eNews.  In this edition I hope you will enjoy some new additions to this
HOPE… a feeling of trust or a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen.  Building hope
Webster’s dictionary defines volunteerism as “the principle of donating time and energy for the benefit of other people in the
A Calming Room is a space that is meant to be a supportive therapeutic environment which assists children in self-calming
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A  February ASAP Program graduate's story shows the impact that our services and our team approach can have on those
Thomas Montaligone’s career in behavioral health spans 8 years, with 5 of those years being spent in the Charlotte area. In that short amount of time, Tom’s
Jasun Thompson, the Program Manager for the Howard Day Treatment Program in Fayetteville, NC, has an extensive background in mental
Employee Spotlight
Adrienne Evans has been with Alexander Youth Network for 12 years. In that time, from behind the scenes, she has
Employee Spotlight
Kawanna Willis is the program manager of our Liberty Day Treatment program. She has over 10 years of experience working
Employee Spotlight
Jessie Britt shares his outlook on life, his career, and his community throughout his 20-year career working in children’s mental