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Friendship Clubs Faces New Challenges

A new year can bring new improvements and new challenges for local non-profit organizations. The Friendship Club, for example, which helps support at-risk girls from grades 6 through 12, expanded to a new location in the Litton Building last year, but now also has a waiting list to get in. Executive Director Jennifer Singer says the club uses a peer support group model…

Listen to Jennifer Singer 1

Singer says another goal for 2019 is to bring mental health counselors on site, to help the girls…

Listen to Jennifer Singer 2

Singer says the Friendship Club now has about 90 members, with a waiting list of about 20.

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