Are you looking to give back this holiday season? Help ProMD Health reach its goal to support the Dance Therapy Program at Center for Hope (CFH).
The program will be offered to children and adults from the Domestic Violence Program (DOVE) and Baltimore Child Abuse Center (BCAC) programs. Dance classes will be facilitated by a licensed dance therapist and will be used in conjunction with talk therapy. Many of the clients served by Center for Hope do not have access to dance classes, and CFH will be providing these classes free of charge.
According to the American Dance Therapy Association, mind, body and spirit are interconnected. Moving is good for the mind and body and can help improve resiliency. DOVE and BCAC would like to offer clients opportunities for therapeutic dance as part of the healing process, in addition to the traditional counseling services they offer to adults and their children.
Now through Friday, December 18, ProMD Helps will match 100% of online donations to meet our goal of $11,000. We will also offer a free $25 ProMD Health gift card with your donation of $100 or more. Donate now!
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