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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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As we continue to navigate through the new normal of virtual volunteerism, we have been grateful to have our volunteers
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Alexander Youth Network believes that in order for healing to begin for our kids, we have to care for the
Employee Spotlight
Janice Buxton is a proud member of our team at Alexander Youth Network serving the Guilford County area and acting
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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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Akeliah Stewart has dedicated her career to lifting the voices of children and young adults throughout the Carolinas. For the
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“Alexander Youth Network and its affiliates stand against systemic bias, racism, and unequal treatment. As an organization deeply committed to diversity
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Alexander Youth Network will help you make a difference in a child's life. Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC) at Alexander Youth
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Interested in being a Therapeutic Foster parent at Alexander Youth Network? At Alexander, we provide our Therapeutic Foster parents with
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At Alexander Youth Network we serve over 200 children and families each year through our Therapeutic Foster Care program. The
How to become a Therapeutic Foster Parent at Alexander Youth Network, starting with the application process. At Alexander Youth Network,
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Our Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC) Team works one-on-one with our Therapeutic Foster Parents to provide compassion, care, and community to
Employee Spotlight
As one of our licensed therapists for the Charlotte Residential Treatment program, Beth Altmix has long days but is motivated