Methodist Family Health launches SHINE campaign

A new public relations campaign hopes to shine a new light on services designed to care for Arkansas families.

Below is the full press release:

Methodist Family Health is proud to announce the launch of our continuum-wide campaign, SHINE. This campaign shows our team, volunteers, donors, community and – most importantly – the children and families in our care in sharing their light of peace, stability and hope so we can all shine brighter.

This campaign includes an original song written specifically for SHINE by Arkansas singer and songwriter Jason Lee Hale, who performs, “This is the Time to Shine,” with his band, the Personal Space Invaders. You can hear the song and watch our music video on ourYouTube channel or Facebook page.

We also are working with Inviting Arkansas to feature Arkansans who share their light and shine for others to see. You can read this month’s feature on Jason Lee Hale here, or access the features on others who shine here. If you know someone you think shines particularly bright, nominate them for an upcoming feature at Foundation@MethodistFamily.org.

There is more to come for our SHINE campaign so we invite you to join us as we spotlight those who do the work to rebuild the lives of Arkansas children and their families.

About:

Methodist Family Health manages the Methodist Children’s Home, Methodist Behavioral Hospital, Methodist Counseling Clinics and Arkansas CARES (Center for Addictions Research, Education and Services).

Methodist Family Health also offers levels of care ranging from the most restrictive service level (acute psychiatric hospital care) to the least restrictive service level (outpatient counseling) as well as all intermediate residential levels of care.

Continuity of care is provided through use of the proven Teaching-Family Model. The goal of this model is for the Methodist Family Health client to become proficient in social and independent living skills so she or he can reunite with family or move to the least restrictive residential treatment setting appropriate for her or him, such as a therapeutic foster home, or re-enter the community as an adult.



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