A Servant is one who puts aside all thought and concern for herself in order to focus on the needs of others. Mother Teresa left personal comfort and security behind to search out those whom the world had forgotten – those who have nothing. Mother Teresa’s life of service is a bright beacon of hope in a society darkened by selfishness – she is an inspiration to us all.
Shara came to New Haven well-seasoned with extensive experience in the mental health field. She began working with youth early in life in various volunteer and employment positions, such as lifeguard, swim instructor, camp youth leader, and tutor. These experiences and opportunities helped her develop a passion for helping people, and she chose to earn […]
Kevin earned his master’s degree in social work at Brigham Young University. He then began his career as a therapist working in residential treatment with teenage boys. He worked with teenagers and their families to understand family dynamics to improve the families overall health. He gain experience with working with kids with oppositional defiant disorder, […]
Jezelle is from San Jose, CA; but her parents are originally from the Philippines. Jezelle moved to Utah to continue her education at Brigham Young University where she earned a degree in Recreation Management with an emphasis in Therapeutic Recreation, and a minor in Family Life. Jezelle interned with New Haven in Recreation Therapy while […]
Emma was born and raised in Alabama, where she acquired her warm, southern charm. She came to Utah to attend college at Brigham Young University and loved Utah so much she recently bought a house in Spanish Fork. She is a life-long warrior against depression, self-hate, and loneliness. This passion, along with her respect for […]