Youth Villages Mississippi hosts
Kite Tales
Jackson, MS
07/05/2018 04:58 PM

Jackson, Miss. (July 3, 2018) – Youth Villages Mississippi will host Kite Tales, an annual event that invites the community to learn how Youth Villages is helping to change the lives of Mississippi youth and families.

Kite Tales, held Friday, Aug. 3 from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. at The Westin Jackson, will highlight individuals in the community who have made significant impacts in the lives of children in Mississippi. Youth Villages will recognize the recent achievements and outcomes in restoring and strengthening families. Attendees will hear first-hand how Youth Villages’ Intensive in-home MYPAC Program, Therapeutic Foster Care and YVLifeSet programs are transforming the lives of young people at-risk.
            “This event helps the community become more aware of Youth Villages and the programs and services we provide to help emotionally troubled children and their families across the state,” Community Relations Manager Rachel Hughes said. “Youth Villages has real solutions and proven programs to break the cycle of despair and failure, and we need the support from our community. Together, we can ensure that our most vulnerable children have the chance to live happier childhoods and grow into successful adults.”

Join Jackson’s top change-makers and young professionals for a night of food, drinks, live music, raffle, silent auction, and much more. Tickets are $50 and include Mississippi-inspired food, beer and wine, signature cocktails sponsored by Cathead Vodka and music from the 601 Live Band. Guests can bid on various items in a silent auction, and donors, who contribute more than $50, can participate in a Kendra Scott mystery jewelry pull.

About Youth Villages Mississippi:
Youth Villages is a national leader in children’s mental and behavioral health. Founded in 1986, the organization helps more than 25,000 children annually through programs that involve intensive work with the child and family, as well as a focus on measuring outcomes; keeping children in the community whenever safely possible; and providing accountability to families and funders. With locations in 14 states and 74 locations, Youth Villages’ continuum of programs includes intensive in-home services; residential treatment; foster care and adoption; YVLifeSet for transition-age youth; mentoring; and crisis services. The organization has been recognized by the Harvard Business School and U.S. News & World Report, and was identified by The White House as one of the nation’s most promising results-oriented nonprofit organizations. Youth Villages Mississippi provides various programs including MYPAC, Mississippi Youth Programs Around the Clock, YVLifeSet, Foster Care, emergency and crisis response services. Learn more at www.youthvillages.org.

 
Reference
Rachel Hughes
601-497-3560
 
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