(WESTCARE)-- WestCare, a nationwide network of community-based, nonprofit behavioral health organizations with operations in seven states and the U.S. Virgin Island, holds a ribbon-cutting today for the official opening of its Guam office at 222 Chalan Santo Papa, Reflection Center, Suite 204.
Speaker Judith Won Pat of the 30th Guam Legislature will be on hand to do the honors, joined by WestCare executive vice president/CEO Shawn A. Jenkins visiting from the mainland and Senator Frank Aguon, Jr., chairman of the Committee on Health and Human Services and the Judiciary.
WestCare is a nationwide family of tax-exempt nonprofit organizations that provides a wide spectrum of health and human services in both residential and outpatient environments to more than 30,000 youth, adults and families annually.
Its services include substance abuse and addiction treatment, homeless and runaway shelters, domestic violence treatment and prevention, and mental health programs.
These services are available to adults, children, adolescents, and families; we specialize in helping people traditionally considered difficult to treat, such as those who are indigent, have multiple disorders, or are involved with the criminal justice system.
For more information, visit our website at www.westcare.com