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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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Staff At Alexander Youth Network Are Learning & Advocating for Abuse Prevention Recently, two Alexander Youth Network staff members attended
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Bark and Heal Continues to Help Heal at Beacon Hall Day Treatment. In January of 2019, Alexander Youth Network piloted
How Our Aftercare Specialist Is Connecting With Families and Tracking Progress. Since April, Aftercare Specialist, Fatima Lewis, has met with
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Sharon Lewis Shares Her Experience As A Therapeutic Foster Parent At Alexander Youth Network. Sharon Lewis has been a part
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Alexander Youth Network and the Alexander Children's Foundation Announces 2019-2020 Board Members. Alexander Youth Network welcomes six new board members
Alexander partners with bus drivers and school district officials to create trauma-informed spaces outside of the classroom. A primary goal
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Meet the Animals at Alexander – Bark and Heal at North Shelby Day Treatment Our latest Bark and Heal class
Volunteer Spotlight
Rachel Rodriguez has been a loyal volunteer at Alexander Youth Network for more than 20 years. Rachel found Alexander during
Al Winget and his family have been involved with Alexander Youth Network for generations. As a child, he frequently visited
Cocktails Conversations Guests
Alexander Youth Network hosts Cocktails & Conversation to share impact with donors and volunteers. On Wednesday, June 5, Board Member
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Alexander Youth Network participates in the Mayor’s Youth Employment Program. This summer, Alexander Youth Network, is hosting three interns from
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Forsyth Futures has a vision to grow a “vibrant, equitable, and prosperous Forsyth County”. The agency is leading a major