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RJMCC Thanksgiving

November 26, 2014 / SCO News

Residents at our Robert J. McMahon Children’s Center celebrated Thanksgiving this week with a much-anticipated RJMCC annual tradition: a family-style Thanksgiving feast. The entire campus enjoyed good food and good company, joined by 42 local volunteers who shared a festive evening with youth in each of RJMCC’s seven residential units. The volunteers brought games, music and gifts for all of the children. “Everyone had an absolutely amazing night,” said SCO Director of Recreation and Volunteer Services Shelley Feldman. “We have the most dedicated and kind-hearted volunteers that you could ever imagine!”

85%

of children with complex behavioral health needs discharged from SCO's Bridges to Health program are successfully living at home and in the community, averting the need for more restrictive institutional care

Last year,

106

children were adopted by loving forever families