Kenilworth Union Church (KUC) has announced recent grants they have awarded to three nonprofit organizations: Breakthrough Urban Ministries, Josselyn, and RefugeeOne.

KUC’s $116,000 grant will help Josselyn reach our goal of serving 150 clients in our new teen Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).

“We are incredibly grateful to Kenilworth Union Church for its transformative gift to support teen mental health,” said Josselyn CEO and President Susan Resko.

“This generous investment will benefit families for years to come, especially those who would not otherwise have access to care because they are under- or uninsured.”

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