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Jul 1, 2016
by: Sarah Pierce
A Message From Pam
Dear Colleagues, Thank you everyone for your attendance and participation at our annual staff meeting. What a great reminder that despite the challenging work we do, we are also a supportive team. And, we clearly know how to have fun! Congratulations again to the Forensic team on winning the first annual video/dance contest- hopefully the trophy will be healed up in time for next year's event! And, speaking of Hope... we introduced our #HopeInTheLand theme, because, one of the most important impacts we have on our clients is providing them HOPE! At our annual meeting and every day, we hear stories of hope. I recently observed Judge Matia's drug court and witnessed many stories of hope. Twenty five individuals who would have otherwise gone to jail are successfully in treatment and feeling hopeful. As one young woman said "I learned to love myself." We know we have a lot of work in front of us and we are continuously grateful to you, our colleagues, for supporting the road to recovery and making these efforts possible. "Man can live about forty days without food, about three days without water, about eight minutes without air, but only for one second without hope." -Hal Lindsey Thank you for continuing to bring hope to so many, Pam
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