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TrueImpact Address to the Community
Oct 21, 2022

TrueImpact Event Photos

Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Where: El Corazon Senior Center

TrueImpact: Finding a Way Forward for Our Youth

Thank you to everyone who joined us on October 19th for our address to the community. We discussed the growing behavioral health crisis impacting our youth, how we are responding, and how, together, we can all accomplish more. We appreciate the support from our partners and community members, and are especially grateful to Dr. Benjamin Maxwell of Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego for sharing his insights on what our local youth are facing. We also want to extend our heartfelt appreciation to Dana and Andrea Albert for raising $5,000 for TrueCare’s Behavioral Health Department.

Join us in making a difference! Contact Debbie Adelman at debbie.adelman@truecare.org or (760) 510-8507 to ask how you can get involved.


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