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Menus are in contemplation, and soon, at-risk and homeless teens in Rockland will again see a place at the table. For a city with the resources to assist homeless adults and families, as well as young children, the oft invisible teenagers are again being welcomed out of the shadows. Thursday, Aug. The kitchen awaited further construction and the backyard remained bare. Yet, the space dreamed up by Hufnagel and Britta Sturks is easy to envision: Board games, foose ball table, big-screen television, cafe-style dining area, lawn games, basketball court. He sees teens aged 13 to 17 getting the resources and care management they need to get their lives back on track. If a teen wants to enter the facility and fill a bag with granola bars, the items will be there for the taking, according to Hufnagel.
The Department of Mental Health will be featuring one poster each month for the next twelve months, along with a personal statement from the student that designed the poster. Services are coordinated with other behavioral health, health and social service agencies as required. The mission of the Department is to ensure and oversee delivery of high quality, comprehensive, person-centered and recovery oriented services for persons in the Rockland community with mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders. The goal is to seek to ensure that all population groups are adequately covered, that sufficient services are available, that there is coordination and cooperation among local, County and State providers of services, and that there is continuity of care among all providers of services.
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