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Make a difference: New England Adolescent Treatment Center

Published December 06. 2012 4:00AM

WHO: Ten boys, ages 14 to 18.

AGENCY: New England Adolescent Treatment

Center in Groton

SITUATION: Clients unable to live at home are placed with the agency by the state Department of Children and Families. They live at the Groton center and participate in school and community activities. The center offers life skills and has a vocational-educational shop to learn basic automotive repair and other skills. The boys fix up and donate cars to needy families.

WHAT TO GIVE: Help outfit the hobby shop with new or used automotive equipment, tools and work benches, or donate a car.

TO DONATE: Call executive director Tom Schuch, (860) 961-3576. The agency can pick up donations.

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