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October 2010 YP Connections: Non-Profit Profile

Uta Halee Girls Village Friends of the Guild

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Uta Halee Girls Village is a nonprofit founded in 1950,
providing psychiatric residential treatment to young women ages 12-18. Since 1950, we have been providing hope and a healing environment for youth and their families. Our mission is for those we serve to return to their home communities with the skills necessary to find meaning in their lives, form fulfilling relationships and resume a healthy journey into adulthood.
 

The foundation of our treatment philosophy is our belief in the uniqueness and inherent goodness of every youth and in the essential role that family plays in recovery. Our treatment planning is based on the specific, individual needs of each youth, and our focus is about treating the 'whole' child.
 

We provide the clinical, academic, environmental and spiritual support that struggling adolescents need to make positive and life-long change.
 

"Friends of the Guild" is a newly formed volunteer group designed for the person that doesn't have a lot of extra time, but still has a heart for volunteering and making a difference. Check out our "News and Updates" tab on our website www.utahalee.org for information on upcoming meetings.
 

Contact: Kiley Corides; kcodes@utahalee-cooper.org

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