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Nov
21
Tue
Operation Keep Warm
Nov 21 all-day

It’s that time of year for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque’s 4th Annual “Operation Keep Warm”.  Operation Keep Warm” is an annual project that the staff at Haven embark upon to provide much needed winter items to the homeless in the area.

Haven staff, or the “Havenly Angels” as they are known, place donation boxes at locations throughout the community to collect new hats, scarves, gloves and socks that will be donated to local organizations the week of Christmas.  Last year, over 800 items were collected and distributed.  Haven also held a contest between the donation sites to see who could collect the most items. Medical Resort was the winner and received a free meal.

“According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, mental illness is the third largest cause of homelessness.  On any given day, we are treating individuals who have to come to Haven for treatment and have no home to return to upon discharge.  It is a growing problem in our city and our nation and will take many helping hands to find an answer and protect this vulnerable population.  “Operation Keep Warm” is our small contribution to a large issue,” remarked Lea Harrison, Director of Business Development at Haven.

Nov
22
Wed
Operation Keep Warm
Nov 22 all-day

It’s that time of year for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque’s 4th Annual “Operation Keep Warm”.  Operation Keep Warm” is an annual project that the staff at Haven embark upon to provide much needed winter items to the homeless in the area.

Haven staff, or the “Havenly Angels” as they are known, place donation boxes at locations throughout the community to collect new hats, scarves, gloves and socks that will be donated to local organizations the week of Christmas.  Last year, over 800 items were collected and distributed.  Haven also held a contest between the donation sites to see who could collect the most items. Medical Resort was the winner and received a free meal.

“According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, mental illness is the third largest cause of homelessness.  On any given day, we are treating individuals who have to come to Haven for treatment and have no home to return to upon discharge.  It is a growing problem in our city and our nation and will take many helping hands to find an answer and protect this vulnerable population.  “Operation Keep Warm” is our small contribution to a large issue,” remarked Lea Harrison, Director of Business Development at Haven.

Nov
23
Thu
Operation Keep Warm
Nov 23 all-day

It’s that time of year for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque’s 4th Annual “Operation Keep Warm”.  Operation Keep Warm” is an annual project that the staff at Haven embark upon to provide much needed winter items to the homeless in the area.

Haven staff, or the “Havenly Angels” as they are known, place donation boxes at locations throughout the community to collect new hats, scarves, gloves and socks that will be donated to local organizations the week of Christmas.  Last year, over 800 items were collected and distributed.  Haven also held a contest between the donation sites to see who could collect the most items. Medical Resort was the winner and received a free meal.

“According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, mental illness is the third largest cause of homelessness.  On any given day, we are treating individuals who have to come to Haven for treatment and have no home to return to upon discharge.  It is a growing problem in our city and our nation and will take many helping hands to find an answer and protect this vulnerable population.  “Operation Keep Warm” is our small contribution to a large issue,” remarked Lea Harrison, Director of Business Development at Haven.

Nov
24
Fri
Operation Keep Warm
Nov 24 all-day

It’s that time of year for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque’s 4th Annual “Operation Keep Warm”.  Operation Keep Warm” is an annual project that the staff at Haven embark upon to provide much needed winter items to the homeless in the area.

Haven staff, or the “Havenly Angels” as they are known, place donation boxes at locations throughout the community to collect new hats, scarves, gloves and socks that will be donated to local organizations the week of Christmas.  Last year, over 800 items were collected and distributed.  Haven also held a contest between the donation sites to see who could collect the most items. Medical Resort was the winner and received a free meal.

“According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, mental illness is the third largest cause of homelessness.  On any given day, we are treating individuals who have to come to Haven for treatment and have no home to return to upon discharge.  It is a growing problem in our city and our nation and will take many helping hands to find an answer and protect this vulnerable population.  “Operation Keep Warm” is our small contribution to a large issue,” remarked Lea Harrison, Director of Business Development at Haven.

Nov
25
Sat
Operation Keep Warm
Nov 25 all-day

It’s that time of year for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque’s 4th Annual “Operation Keep Warm”.  Operation Keep Warm” is an annual project that the staff at Haven embark upon to provide much needed winter items to the homeless in the area.

Haven staff, or the “Havenly Angels” as they are known, place donation boxes at locations throughout the community to collect new hats, scarves, gloves and socks that will be donated to local organizations the week of Christmas.  Last year, over 800 items were collected and distributed.  Haven also held a contest between the donation sites to see who could collect the most items. Medical Resort was the winner and received a free meal.

“According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, mental illness is the third largest cause of homelessness.  On any given day, we are treating individuals who have to come to Haven for treatment and have no home to return to upon discharge.  It is a growing problem in our city and our nation and will take many helping hands to find an answer and protect this vulnerable population.  “Operation Keep Warm” is our small contribution to a large issue,” remarked Lea Harrison, Director of Business Development at Haven.

Nov
26
Sun
Operation Keep Warm
Nov 26 all-day

It’s that time of year for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque’s 4th Annual “Operation Keep Warm”.  Operation Keep Warm” is an annual project that the staff at Haven embark upon to provide much needed winter items to the homeless in the area.

Haven staff, or the “Havenly Angels” as they are known, place donation boxes at locations throughout the community to collect new hats, scarves, gloves and socks that will be donated to local organizations the week of Christmas.  Last year, over 800 items were collected and distributed.  Haven also held a contest between the donation sites to see who could collect the most items. Medical Resort was the winner and received a free meal.

“According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, mental illness is the third largest cause of homelessness.  On any given day, we are treating individuals who have to come to Haven for treatment and have no home to return to upon discharge.  It is a growing problem in our city and our nation and will take many helping hands to find an answer and protect this vulnerable population.  “Operation Keep Warm” is our small contribution to a large issue,” remarked Lea Harrison, Director of Business Development at Haven.

Nov
27
Mon
Operation Keep Warm
Nov 27 all-day

It’s that time of year for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque’s 4th Annual “Operation Keep Warm”.  Operation Keep Warm” is an annual project that the staff at Haven embark upon to provide much needed winter items to the homeless in the area.

Haven staff, or the “Havenly Angels” as they are known, place donation boxes at locations throughout the community to collect new hats, scarves, gloves and socks that will be donated to local organizations the week of Christmas.  Last year, over 800 items were collected and distributed.  Haven also held a contest between the donation sites to see who could collect the most items. Medical Resort was the winner and received a free meal.

“According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, mental illness is the third largest cause of homelessness.  On any given day, we are treating individuals who have to come to Haven for treatment and have no home to return to upon discharge.  It is a growing problem in our city and our nation and will take many helping hands to find an answer and protect this vulnerable population.  “Operation Keep Warm” is our small contribution to a large issue,” remarked Lea Harrison, Director of Business Development at Haven.

Nov
28
Tue
Operation Keep Warm
Nov 28 all-day

It’s that time of year for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque’s 4th Annual “Operation Keep Warm”.  Operation Keep Warm” is an annual project that the staff at Haven embark upon to provide much needed winter items to the homeless in the area.

Haven staff, or the “Havenly Angels” as they are known, place donation boxes at locations throughout the community to collect new hats, scarves, gloves and socks that will be donated to local organizations the week of Christmas.  Last year, over 800 items were collected and distributed.  Haven also held a contest between the donation sites to see who could collect the most items. Medical Resort was the winner and received a free meal.

“According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, mental illness is the third largest cause of homelessness.  On any given day, we are treating individuals who have to come to Haven for treatment and have no home to return to upon discharge.  It is a growing problem in our city and our nation and will take many helping hands to find an answer and protect this vulnerable population.  “Operation Keep Warm” is our small contribution to a large issue,” remarked Lea Harrison, Director of Business Development at Haven.

Nov
29
Wed
Operation Keep Warm
Nov 29 all-day

It’s that time of year for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque’s 4th Annual “Operation Keep Warm”.  Operation Keep Warm” is an annual project that the staff at Haven embark upon to provide much needed winter items to the homeless in the area.

Haven staff, or the “Havenly Angels” as they are known, place donation boxes at locations throughout the community to collect new hats, scarves, gloves and socks that will be donated to local organizations the week of Christmas.  Last year, over 800 items were collected and distributed.  Haven also held a contest between the donation sites to see who could collect the most items. Medical Resort was the winner and received a free meal.

“According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, mental illness is the third largest cause of homelessness.  On any given day, we are treating individuals who have to come to Haven for treatment and have no home to return to upon discharge.  It is a growing problem in our city and our nation and will take many helping hands to find an answer and protect this vulnerable population.  “Operation Keep Warm” is our small contribution to a large issue,” remarked Lea Harrison, Director of Business Development at Haven.

Nov
30
Thu
Operation Keep Warm
Nov 30 all-day

It’s that time of year for Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque’s 4th Annual “Operation Keep Warm”.  Operation Keep Warm” is an annual project that the staff at Haven embark upon to provide much needed winter items to the homeless in the area.

Haven staff, or the “Havenly Angels” as they are known, place donation boxes at locations throughout the community to collect new hats, scarves, gloves and socks that will be donated to local organizations the week of Christmas.  Last year, over 800 items were collected and distributed.  Haven also held a contest between the donation sites to see who could collect the most items. Medical Resort was the winner and received a free meal.

“According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, mental illness is the third largest cause of homelessness.  On any given day, we are treating individuals who have to come to Haven for treatment and have no home to return to upon discharge.  It is a growing problem in our city and our nation and will take many helping hands to find an answer and protect this vulnerable population.  “Operation Keep Warm” is our small contribution to a large issue,” remarked Lea Harrison, Director of Business Development at Haven.

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