New Waynesville office brings Intercept to North Carolina

WaynesvilleIf you haven’t already heard, Youth Villages has a new office in North Carolina! With the opening of its newest office in Waynesville, N.C., Youth Villages North Carolina will begin offering Intercept intensive in-home services in the state for the first time. One supervisor and four family intervention specialists will work out of the Waynesville office, which will serve children and families in Haywood, Jackson and Macon counties in western North Carolina. The Waynesville team is expected to serve 48 children and families annually. The Waynesville team and YV leadership visited the new office. Pictured below are, from left, Chief Operating Officer Lee Rone, Intercept Team Leader Brenda Thomas, Family Intervention Specialist Danielle Mixon, Family Intervention Specialist Jamie Leigh, Regional Manager George Edmonds and Director of North Carolina Annie Smith.

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