notMYkid announces the grand opening of The Well, a 13,000 square foot well-being campus in Scottsdale where youth and families can go for ongoing education, counseling, mentoring programs, and more.
The Well helps meet physical, emotional, and social needs of individuals ages 10-24 with trauma-informed, certified providers to help staff the campus with an array of programs for teens, young adults, and caregivers, according to a press release.
The notMYkid team invites families and community members to attend an open house and tour The Well to learn more about existing and upcoming programs provided by notMYkid, the release said, noting the first event is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Nov. 18; and the second is from 5: 30 to 8 p.m. on Dec. 2 at 5310 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale.
“Our journey to opening The Well over the past six months has given us an incredible opportunity to completely transform how we serve and urgently respond to the second pandemic upon us, a mental health emergency,” said notMYkid Chief Executive Officer Kristen Polin in the release.
“notMYkid has worked tirelessly to pivot how we support families, schools, and communities by implementing a comprehensive mental health response. We have opened a licensed outpatient treatment center, developed critically needed peer support services, offer social emotional learning in partnership with schools, virtual webinars for caregivers, and we created a family navigation protocol to help families access the care they need.”
In addition to providing trauma-informed outpatient therapy, the well-being campus is said to offer “a full spectrum of healing modalities,” such as educational workshops and retreats, mindfulness/meditation, movement and yoga, sound healing, art expression, and social emotional learning.
“This is heart work for our team,” Polin added. “We are proud of what we have built, and we are excited to share The Well with our community for many years to come.”
The campus is open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and evenings by appointment. Parents can learn more by calling 602-652-0163.
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