For the past seven weeks we have all had to adapt, whether we wanted to or not. At Joya, we are uniquely positioned to face such adversity. Overcoming obstacles and helping families thrive when the unexpected happens has been a key part of our mission since our founding back in 1960.
While our therapy looks different now, our emotional support for families remains as strong as ever – and we continue to provide care for everyone who needs it, regardless of their ability to pay.
I invite you to take a moment to see how our team and families have adapted during this time of social distancing. In the past month Joya has been featured on both KREM-TV and in the Spokesman-Review.
The health and safety of the Joya team and the families we serve continues to be paramount so our offices will remain closed and we will continue to deliver services via video and phone until July, as directed by the state Department of Children, Youth, and Families. Until then, I invite you to check out our Spring Newsletter to learn more about the lives we are impacting, our plans for the future and all the ways you can support Joya on this journey.
Colleen Fuchs, Executive Director