The kids in our SafePlace2B youth shelters continue to learn about cultures around. Last week the teens in our shelter received this letter and package of goodies from Annika, a 14 year old girl who lives in South Korea.
Parents and children have shown dedication and commitment to graduating the 13-week SNAP (Stop, Now, and Plan) Program and as a result their family has benefited from the results.
One mom who completed the program said, “I have learned to be more patient with both my girls and to stop and listen to each of them as an individual. SNAP has made us much closer.”