Congrats, Grad! We are proud to congratulate our very own Printice L. from SILP (Supervised Independent Living Program) on his recent graduation from Erie Community College on May 21, 2014. Printice earned a degree in Liberal Arts and Science-Humanities and Social Studies. He was on the Dean’s List and was the Social Events Coordinator for
May 1 is the start of National Foster Care Month, and for the Threet family, it marked a very special celebration. Eight-year-old Simmarion of Buffalo has waited in foster care for more than two years for a forever family. Finally, on May 1, he joined his brother’s forever family when Diana Threet of Buffalo officially became
January marks the 2nd anniversary for Gateway-Longview’s Behavioral Health Clinic, which provides individual, group, and family counseling to children & adolescents with emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges. In just 2 years, the Clinic expanded to 6 satellite locations (with 4-5 more to come in 2014), hired 6 additional staff, and, in 2013 alone, over 5,600 appointments were scheduled!
Hope. Believe. Change.You can make a difference!Become a Foster Parent.Why not you? Why not now?Give children hope.
Believe in possibilities.
Foster change.Become a Foster Parent, today.
Click to view the currently scheduled 2013 dates for the MAPP/GPS II groups.
tudents at Gateway-Longview’s Lynde School kicked off the Easter Season on Friday, April 15 at the School’s Annual Eggstravaganza Festival.