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Celebrate Black History
Boley celebrates this year's Black History Month theme “A Century of Black Life, History and Culture” as we honor the achievements of black Americans who have so richly contributed to our nation’s history. In 1975 President Gerald Ford called upon the nation to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history.” Since that time, the month of February has been dedicated to honoring the central role that black Americans have had in our history. (www.history.com and www.asalh.net)
The year 2015 marks 45 years of service to the community for Boley Centers.
Duval Park Groundbreaking
Thanks to all who came out for the groundbreaking ceremony at Duval Park. These 88 units of housing for Veterans who have service related disabilities and their families are creating a lot of excitement around here! For pictures of the groundbreaking, please visit our Facebook page. Check back for progress pictures of the construction!
Another great Jingle Bell Run...
Thank you to all who helped to make Boley Centers' 32nd Annual Jingle Bell Run a fantastic event! From our sponsors to our staff who volunteer their time to run the event and all of the participants in between, we are grateful. For pictures from this year's Jingle Bell Run, please visit our Facebook page.
Sunset Point Apartments Open House
Thank you to those who came out to support the grand opening of our Sunset Point Apartments on Friday, October 10! It was wonderful to have Congressman David Jolly, Clearwater Mayor George Cretekos and Regional Substance Abuse & Mental Health Director (Florida Department of Children & Families, Suncoast Region) April May with us. We were also joined by Ed Titen and his crew with their amazing Sonny's BBQ to the Rescue truck. For pictures from the open house, please visit our Facebook page.
Martin Lott Conversion
Our Martin Lott Group home has recently reopened as a Level IV Residential Treatment Facility, licensed by the Agency for Health Care Administration. The facility provides housing for male and female Veterans who are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Veterans who are enrolled in an intensive outpatient treatment program at Bay Pines Hospital reside at Martin Lott while completing their program. This program is funded through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. For pictures from the makeover, please visit our Facebook page.
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