McKeesport, PA (PRWEB) November 18, 2016
Event: Auberle will hold the public portion of its Annual Meeting on Monday, November 21. Board Member Bishop David A. Zubik along with Board Directors, clients, key stakeholders, and community supporters will attend to receive updates on Auberle’s newest initiatives and recent program successes. Thus far, we have welcomed over 700 youth to Auberle’s 412 Youth Zone, launched Youthbuild, a national construction certification training and GED program, partnered with the Allegheny County Department of Human Services on a new Teen Foster Care campaign, and served over 300 youth in our Employment Institute.
Auberle will also recognize our community partner, Dr. Elizabeth Miller and her team from the Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Dr. Miller and her team have been at the forefront of the 412 Youth Zone’s medical program, staffing a free health clinic at the Youth Zone and providing needed medical services and screenings to Auberle youth. Additionally, Dr. Miller and her team played an instrumental role in researching and developing Auberle’s Coaching Boys into Men Curriculum, which teaches young men about relationship violence. Dr. Miller, along with some of her staff will be in attendance to accept the award.
When: 4:00-6:00 p.m., Monday, November 21, 2016
Where: Auberle’s Main Campus, Program Center (1101 Hartman St., McKeesport, PA 15132)
Since 1952, Auberle has been dedicated to community, strong families and successful youth. Auberle serves over 3,400 at-risk children and families annually in eight counties in southwestern Pennsylvania. Today, we offer 16 programs including preventative and community-based services, with 60% of our clients served in their home, school or in their community. Auberle’s services include residential care, foster care, emergency shelter, in-home intervention, education, workforce development, drug and alcohol and mental health programs. Auberle is a recipient of the Wishart Award for Excellence in Non-Profit Management and was named Agency of the Year in the United States by the Alliance for Children and Families, the largest network of human services organizations in the United States.