ADVISORY: A Makeover For Maryhaven

July 11th, 2018
Contact: Jeanna Packard

ADVISORY: A Makeover for Maryhaven
Passionate Local Volunteers Gather To Renovate & Refurbish Teen Addiction Center

Columbus, OH — Offering inpatient and outpatient therapy, Maryhaven’s adolescent branch is on the forefront of battling the teen addiction epidemic in Ohio and across the country. To support Maryhaven in updating their space and giving youth an even more supportive environment to get sober and heal, a group of community activists are coming together to do a full day of physical improvements.

The current Next Level Trainings leadership class will be doing everything from painting various rooms of Maryhaven (from the entryway, to the girls and boys dorms), to replacing lighting and doors, to adding decorative and playful accents to make the space more inviting. They’ll also be placing a series of tangible goods like new low-risk furniture, hand-made quilts, art, and more donated by local volunteers.

Saturday, July 14th
Contact: Ben Arnold

1791 Alum Creek Drive
Columbus, OH 43207

Hosted by: Next Level Trainings and Maryhaven Treatment Center.

The events are being held as part of a month-long fundraising and volunteer campaign by Next Level Trainings’ current leadership class. Teen addiction is a global epidemic. Maryhaven is a treatment center that empowers teens in Central Ohio to heal from addiction and co-occurring disorders with their compassionate, encouraging, and comprehensive care. The aim in the renovations is to create a healthy and supportive space where these teens can battle and be victorious over their addictions.

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Next Level Trainings provides experiential leadership programs that support people in unlocking their passion, power, and purpose. Our emotional intelligence trainings, developed using positive psychology and behavioral science, are proven to make substantial and
lasting impacts on graduates’ personal and professional lives while also improving our local communities.