Arnold C Yoder Survivors Foundation
Rating: 5 stars 13 13 reviews
1575 Westwood Blvd. Ste #205 % Wheel of Wellbeing Los Angeles CA 90024 USA
The Arnold C. Yoder Survivors Foundation (The ACY) is a 501(c) (3) charitable organization dedicated to the support and empowerment of those who have had someone close die. Our mission is to provide a loving, safe environment in which grieving children, families and survivors on both sides of tragic events discover their own unique Grief - Forgiveness - Healing* process through art therapy, support groups & education.
Grief support groups in the Los Angeles area. Increasing awareness through social media for grief support. Nationwide referrals. Radio programing to educate.
Those grieving the death of someone close.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
8-12 per group, in each 9 week sessions.
Geographic areas served:
Los Angeles with Nationwide Referrals
Grief Support Groups, Art Therapy, Grief Education
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I am proud to have known Mary Elizabeth Yoder as a dear friend for over 15 years. I am honored to have been there at the inception of The ACY, and have witnessed her going through trials & errors, ups & downs, hardship and heartaches to get her foundation to where it is today. Although it still has a long way to go, TheACY has alreadymade huge impacts on so many lives. For each milestone accomplishment for The ACY, I have seen her endured sweats and blood, jumped hoops, pulled in countless allnighters, and exhausted her own personal resources and pocketbook. Watching her work relentlessly on her cause was a humbling experience. I can say with conviction that The ACY is on its way to becoming one of the leading voices in helping and empowering children cope with a death of a loved one.
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