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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.

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Alexander Youth Network is supporting academics and learning through technology. Since March, our Day Treatment programs have seen a significant
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Adrienne Evans has been with Alexander Youth Network for 12 years. In that time, from behind the scenes, she has
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Kawanna Willis is the program manager of our Liberty Day Treatment program. She has over 10 years of experience working
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Jessie Britt shares his outlook on life, his career, and his community throughout his 20-year career working in children’s mental
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Why Michelle Nichols Chose Therapeutic Foster Care. Michelle Nichols always had the mindset of helping others, either as a doctor,
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Lessons Learned From Social Work and Alexander Youth Network. In 2014, Jami Gomes moved to Charlotte after living in New
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As the Director of our adolescent residential treatment program in Greensboro, Meaghan Whitson shares how working with teens has molded
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Sheretta Mitchell inspires others to be who she needed as a teen. At age 13, Sheretta Mitchell found herself learning
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Executive Director, Ashley Sparks, didn’t think she would wind up working in mental health like her parents but after years
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Lee Sousa reflects upon how his experience working with different populations has given him a better understanding of the effects
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Executive Director of Day Treatment, Adrienne Leach, shares how collaborating amongst programs leads to successes at Alexander Youth Network. Adrienne
Alexia Mitchell shares how her teen years helped shape her empathy and drive to build positive connections with her community.
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Celebrating Our Kids 2020 looked a bit different this year but the reason and the purpose did not change. Celebrating