Soroptimist grants $10,000 to the Salvation Army | Snapshots

Soroptimist International of Chico granted $10,000 to the Salvation Army Chico Adult Rehabilitation & Transitional Living Program. The purpose of the grant is to acquire workbooks and materials needed for the Co-Occurring Disorder Curriculum. As clients complete their assessment, the treatment plan will include interactive journaling, group therapy, and one-on-one counseling. Each client has different needs, which will determine the course of treatment to include chemical dependency, trauma-informed practice, or co-occurring disorder, with many requiring a combination of these approaches. The funds were donated to the Soroptimist Club, by a member of that club, to be used for mental health counseling services.

Pictured from left to right are SI Chico members Kim Huber, Barbara Evans, SI Chico President, Sara Beacham, Salvation Army, Major Ray Yant, Administrator and Jodene Setera, Program Director. (photo contributed by Joyce Brown)

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Snapshots, reader-submitted photos of community events, are published Monday. They may include service projects, guest speakers at club meetings, awards being presented or kids doing school projects. Just make sure there are people in the photo — no more than 12 — and keep it current.

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