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The Farmington Service Center will hold an open house (open to the public) on August 16 at 6-7 p.m. at 607 Pine Street.This is an opportunity for churches, community organizations and individuals to learn about The Hill, a new program for homeless teenagers and other teens who utilize the Center.
Public meetings will also be held on Tuesday, August 20 and Tuesday, Sept. 10 at the Farmington Library (101 North A Street), beginning at 6:30 p.m. with a brief presentation about the availability of counseling for families, housing for single-parent families and a program for young adults aging out of foster care.
Regional Director Caren Mell (left) will be available to explain renovations and answer questions about services. "Our programs strengthen families and cultivate self-sufficiency in young adults," Mell said. "This hub of services will help local people with education, employment and family stability."
PCHAS began as Farmington Children's Home and has evolved into a center for preventing child abuse and neglect.
To learn more about the open houses, read the coverage from the Farmington Daily Online Journal.