Tuesday, September 28, 2021

A healing journey leads to a new beginning

Like far too many children who come into our care, Katie’s early years were marked by exposure to violence and the trauma it leaves in its wake. Now 12, Katie has been working with Beech Brook art therapist Rick Rule-Hoffman ever since she was placed in a Beech Brook foster home... Continue Reading

Thursday, August 05, 2021

Therapeutic hope garden helps foster children thrive

The “Hope Grows Here” gardening program at the Beech Brook campus is giving foster children an opportunity for hope and healing. A partnership between Fostering Hope and Beech Brook led to the restoration of the therapeutic garden this spring, where children can learn how to be mindful and nurturing. Fostering Hope,... Continue Reading

Monday, June 07, 2021

Society can assist those suffering from mental illness

As higher numbers of individuals struggle to deal with the mental health rammifications of the COVID-19 pandemic, Phil Epstein, owner and director of Behavioral Health and Wellness in Beachwood, and Carolyn Szweda, executive vice president of Beech Brook in Pepper Pike, said there are ways we as a society can... Continue Reading

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Beech Brook's innovative PAR program is the epitome of partnering with purpose

Impact is not about what you do—how many people you serve, how long you’ve been in existence, or how far your service area reaches. It’s about the positive change you achieve and whether or not it lasts. This statement, which has long stood as an introduction to the Alliance for Strong... Continue Reading

Monday, January 04, 2021

Beech Brook development would benefit children

I’ve read about the political jockeying in affluent Pepper Pike to halt a building project on the grounds of non-profit Beech Brook. There is now discussion about changing current zoning rules to make it even harder -- if not impossible -- for Beech Brook to sell its property. Lost in all... Continue Reading

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