Red Mountain Programs Partners with Evoke, Sabino Recovery, and HKL to Help Refugees
Red Mountain Programs, the leading mindfulness-based clinical programs for adolescents and young adults, will team up with Evoke Therapy Programs, Sabino Recovery, and Harris, Kramer & Liston for a community service event ahead of the National Association for Therapeutic Schools and Programs Annual Conference.
The 2022 NATSAP Annual Conference, held January 26th-28th in Tucson, AZ, brings together therapeutic programs and placement professionals from across the country for several days of professional development and networking. This year, Red Mountain; Evoke Therapy Programs; Sabino Recovery and consulting firm Harris, Kramer, & Liston will work with other conference attendees to create care bags filled with toiletry items for the Ishkashitaa Refugee Network.
Ishkashitaa, based in Tucson, is a non-profit with the mission to reduce food waste while integrating refugees into the community. The Finding Community service event will take place on Tuesday, January 25th from 5-6:30 pm, at the Loews Canyon Ventana Resort. Those interested in participating can contact Kaysha Sorensen at email@example.com. Event organizers will be supplying items for the toiletry bags, and are asking interested participants to bring gardening and/or lightweight winter gloves to be given to Ishkashitaa as a separate donation.
About Red Mountain Programs
The Red Mountain Programs are the leading mindfulness-based, Community-Integrated therapeutic programs for adolescents and young adults. We work with the mind, body, and spirit using various forms of meditation, mindfulness, yoga, martial arts, life skills education, and multi-modal therapies, including CBT, DBT, EMDR, and Brainspotting. Red Mountain Sedona is based in Arizona and serves young adults 18-28 who need assistance launching into adulthood. Red Mountain Colorado, located just north of Denver, provides an ideal location for male-identifying and non-binary adolescents needing adventure-based residential treatment.