Centers for Youth and Families recently appointed three individuals to The Centers’ Foundation Board of Trustees.
They are Austin A. Brightop, Senior Vice President for Summit Bank; Lynn Harbert, Senior Vice President/Operations for Delta Dental of Arkansas; and Robert C. Noirot, Business Banking Relationship Manager for U.S.Bank.
The Centers, located in Little Rock, provides a variety of behavioral health services and prevention programs for children and youth, ages two up to age 21.
Centers for Youth and Families’ mission is to provide specialized prevention, intervention and treatment services that promote emotional and social wellness for children and families of Arkansas. The nonprofit provides services through prevention services, residential care facilities, a youth emergency shelter, therapeutic foster care, school-based and outpatient counseling and day treatment programs.
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