In addition, the program educates the child’s support system on positive ways to intervene, address and help with the behavioral or mental health issues.
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Messer’s donation will be added to support from the Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation. The funds will be used to renovate and improve the program work space, including adding an additional calming room to aid therapists when trying to help a child regain control of themselves; installing HVAC in the existing calming room; expanding the restroom to accommodate an adult and child and changing table; installing corner guards on all radiator units; adding videotaping capabilities; adding additional storage; relocating the kitchenette and entry door to improve sight lines; and installing new flooring and paint.
For more information about the program call (937) 734-8333.
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