Ground Breaking Celebration for the renovation of Lutheran Social Services Luther Hall, a psychiatric residential treatment facility for 16 boys and girls age 10-18 from across North Dakota in operation since 1962.
2:00 pm Thursday, June 14, 2012 (Gathering begins at 1:30 pm)
Lutheran Social Services Luther Hall, 1505 5th Ave. S., Fargo (Parking is available on 5th Avenue.)
Ground Breaking will mark the beginning of a renovation that will provide a facility with more adequate light, sound control, resident room sizes, recreation and activities space, counseling and conference rooms, an elevator, chapel and improved heating and ventilation and other improvements. An addition will provide art and music therapy and more treatment spaces. Architectural renderings will be on display.
Funding is provided by the Abound in Hope capital campaign currently underway by Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota, with $1.5 million of the overall $6.5 million goal earmarked for Lutheran Social Services Luther Hall.
Lutheran Social Services Luther Hall is a psychiatric residential treatment facility for youth ages 10 to 18 diagnosed with emotional, behavioral, substance abuse and academic problems. The program offers individual, group and family psychotherapy, structured recreation and on-site classroom education.
Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota is a statewide social services agency serving thousands of North Dakotans in need with nonprofit affordable housing, food, disaster recovery, counseling and therapy and other programs that strengthen individuals, families and communities without regard to clients’ race, religion, gender or economic status.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Jennifer Mitchell, Administrative Director, Lutheran Social Services Luther Hall
1505 5th Ave. S.
Fargo, ND 58103
Dennis Aune, Director, Abound in Hope Capital Campaign, Lutheran Social Services of ND
745 45th St. S., Suite C
Fargo, ND 58103
Kathryn Trill, Communications Manager, Lutheran Social Services of ND
701-271-3289 (Fargo) or email@example.com