Make A Difference: New England Adolescent Treatment Center
Make a Difference: New England Adolescent Treatment Center Inc. (NEAT)
Eight boys aged 14 to 21.
The New England Adolescent Treatment Center Inc. (NEAT)
Clients unable to live at home are placed with the agency by the state Department of Children and Families. They live at the group home in Groton and participate in school and community activities. In addition to residential services, NEAT offers a life-skills program. A vocational/educational/hobby shop gives residents a chance to learn basic automotive repair skills, and other vocational and Internet skills. The boys have also fixed up and donated several cars to needy families and individuals.
WHAT TO GIVE:
Donated cars are actively sought. NEAT also seeks new or used automotive equipment, tools and work benches.
Call Tom Schuch, executive director, at (860) 961-3576. The agency can pick up any donations, including cars, at no cost to the donor.
Stories that may interest you
Future Norwich Superintendent Kristen Stringfellow has seen budget shortfalls, debates over closing school buildings and funding cuts in South Kingstown, R.I.
Workers from Mystic Shipyard re-install the restored anchor at Liberty Pole Square in Mystic Wednesday.
Like many ambitious high school students, I’ve always dreamed of attending an Ivy League college. To many teens, the exclusive group of schools seems to guarantee a successful future. But how far would someone go to get in?
The Marine Science Magnet High School Parent Teacher Organization will host its eighth annual Adult Spelling Bee this Friday, April 26.