The Zotec Foundation, the corporate foundation and philanthropic arm of Zotec Partners, grant will provide students with access to school-based therapy during a challenging year.
For immediate release (08/12/2021)
Youth Link Southern Indiana
Development and Communications Manager
Thanks to a $25,000 grant from the Zotec Foundation, the corporate foundation and philanthropic arm of Zotec Partners, Youth Link Southern Indiana (formerly Communities In Schools of Clark County) will continue their partnership with Centerstone to provide school-based mental health therapy to students in Clark County.
Youth Link Southern Indiana Executive Director, Tabitha Underwood said “school-based therapies are the services provided by our organization that are rated most in demand among school administrators. Partnering with clinicians to provide school-based therapy eliminates barriers for families needing to access services, including the inability to pay, lack of available clinicians in the community, or missing time from school to attend treatment.”
Youth Link Southern Indiana is excited for the 2021-22 academic year and the return to the consistent schedule, and providing access to services that families depend upon. To learn more about Youth Link Southern Indiana and the many ways they support students and families in Clark County, visit www.cisofclark.org