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Tour Daybreak’s new Brush Prairie facility for Give More 24!

In honor of Give More 24!, Southwest Washington’s largest day of giving on Thursday, September 21, Daybreak Youth Services, the leading nonprofit provider of adolescent substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health treatment, will be hosting public client-led tours of its new state-of-the-art RWC Center for Adolescent Recovery in Brush Prairie. Daybreak provides the best possible care to kids every day, but sometimes client treatment stays are cut short due to financial restrictions. Daybreak wants their community to know “The difference a day makes” at Daybreak.

Tours of the RWC Center for Adolescent Recovery (11910 NE 154th St., Brush Prairie, WA) will take place on September 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Each tour includes lunch and a tour with a Daybreak client. Additional time slots may be added as needed.

Daybreak’s new 31,000-square-foot facility opened last May thanks in large part to generous support from the Clark County community. The state-of-the-art facility is the first of its kind in Washington offering: classrooms, a gym/fitness center, gender-specific residential inpatient rooms for all genders, outpatient counseling, a chapel, offices all on nine beautiful rural acres in Brush Prairie, WA. This is the first time treatment for adolescent females is available in Southwest Washington.

In total, the new facility features 43 residential treatment beds, three detox beds and 12 acute mental health evaluation and treatment (E&T) beds.

“Daybreak built the RWC Center with the needs of kids in Southwest Washington in mind. We created a beautiful space for healing and growth for all kids that need help. Unfortunately, some kids are limited in the time their insurance will allow them to spend at Daybreak. We need our community’s help to ensure every kid receives the treatment they need, regardless of their ability to pay,” said Annette Klinefelter, CEO of Daybreak.

Launched by the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington in 2014, Give More 24! is a 24-hour online fundraising event and Southwest Washington’s largest day of giving. On September 21, Daybreak will be raising money for its scholarship fund, which allows all kids to receive the treatment they need, regardless of their ability to pay.

Individuals interested in touring the new facility are asked to please reserve a time slot by contacting Tina Diluzio, Daybreak Youth Services development manager, at (360) 635-4120 ext 5005 or tdiluzo@daybreakyouthservices.org.