Michael T. Dwyer Cottage Dedicated at Gateway-Longview | News
Youth in Gateway-Longview's Residential Treatment program now have a new place to call "home," thanks to a generous donation from Andrew B. Dwyer, a Gateway Longview Foundation Board of Directors member and strong supporter. The new Michael T. Dwyer Cottage was dedicated on Wednesday, April 27 at Gateway-Longview's Main Campus in Williamsville, NY.
The cottage will specifically house a dozen female clients, ages 9 to 16, in need of out-of-home care, counseling, and support. Gateway-Longview provides Residential care for almost 85 marginalized children, youth and teens placed in our various Residential Treatment programs located at the Main Campus. Gateway-Longview’s 24-hour-a-day year-round Residential programs are focused on helping, healing, and strengthening struggling children and families. In total, the agency serves approximately 900 children and families every day through its various social and human service programs.
More photos from the event can be found on Gateway-Longview's Facebook fan page, and also on Gateway-Longview's Twitter page.
Gateway-Longview would like to thank Andrew B. Dwyer for his continued friendship, partnership and support. We are truly grateful for his dedication and generosity in helping to make a positive change possible for children in need that we serve.
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