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Give for Good 2018

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On September 13th, Centerstone Kentucky will be participating in Give for Good Louisville, a 24 hour day of giving. Centerstone Kentucky provides behavioral and developmental services, substance abuse treatment and prevention services. Centerstone Kentucky merged with Uspiritus to expand services for children & families. In celebration of the merger, our campaign is in support of Transitional Age Youth! Did you know only 33% of transitional age youth graduate from high school when it’s time to leave foster care? Did you know that one in four young adults become homeless once they move from child welfare into independent living? Help support this at-risk age group by making a gift to TAYLRD or the Life Skills program!

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