Community Giving

We love giving back to our community.

“From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life.”

- Arthur Ashe

Some of the Ways We Are Giving Back:

We provide trauma therapy for children in the Utah Foster Care System.

Abuse and Neglect of children is prevalent in our community. Of the average 4,500 foster care annual DCFS cases statewide annually, just over half that number of the children are in foster care at a given point in time in Utah. We help children who have been abused and who struggle with poor self esteem, poor academics, and poor impulse control.

We financially support local non-profit organizations

We are proud supporters of Utah Youth Village (www.youthvillage.org) and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah (www.bbbsu.org). Our founders have supported the two non-profits since 2002 and has given time and financial resources to grow the programs to help improve the lives of troubled children. We provide 1 hour of paid time per week for our employees to volunteer with a non-profit organization of their choice.

We volunteer to help our community

Jeff is an active volunteer for the American Red Cross.  As a mental health worker for the Red Cross, Jeff helps to support victims of house fires and natural disasters.  He provides psychological first aid, resources, and referrals to families who have experienced devastation.  If you have the time, we encourage you to support your community by volunteering with the Red Cross.  Don’t think you have a skill that can contribute to the Red Cross? Think again, they have many volunteer opportunities and they will provide the training.  Learn more by visiting their website at www.redcross.org

Strengthen the brain using neurofeedback training & other therapy interventions.

Providing Hi-Tech fitness training for the Brain along with therapy for the body, can improve focus, attention, self confidence, relaxation, greater coping skills, and better sleep.