Cathedral Home for Children Appoints New Marketing Coordinator

Photo Courtesy of Cathedral Home for Children and Jennifer Waluta

Cathedral Home for Children (CHC) announced today that Jennifer Waluta, M.A. has joined the agency to further develop their marketing efforts. Jennifer Waluta comes with a wealth of experience within the industry, having spent the last 11 years in the Laramie community marketing, event planning, and doing photography. She received her Master’s degree in Communication from the University of Wyoming in 2011.

Jennifer joins as Marketing Coordinator to continue Cathedral Home for Children’s success providing services for troubled and traumatized youth. Jennifer comments “I am excited to start a new challenge within the Cathedral Home for Children and look forward to working with the agency to further develop their already extensive marketing and fundraising efforts. I am fortunate to be joining such a caring agency that works to help the Laramie community.”

About Cathedral Home for Children

Cathedral Home for Children (CHC) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 located in the Laramie Valley between Medicine Bow National Forests. CHC has helped youth become successful with relationships, school, and daily life for over 100 years. In 1910, it began as an orphanage. Within the last century the agency has transitioned into a full service home serving troubled and traumatized youth, including those that are deaf or hard-of-hearing. We offer a spectrum of services from prevention, therapeutic intervention, education, to transition and aftercare. Cathedral Home serves males and females ages 10-21 which are referred for a wide variety of reasons. CHC also includes the Laramie Youth Crisis Center, Carbon County Youth Crisis Center, Extended Families, and the Foster Grandparent Program.

Utilizing a relationship based approach to therapy; CHC is devoted to strengthening relationships, restoring hope, and building futures. CHC facilitates the formation of healthy relationships through positive reinforcement, constructive criticism, and natural consequences. The structured, family oriented environment provides the skills necessary for building healthy relationships. One of the primary goals for completing the pro-gram is the ability to transfer these new skills to daily life, school, family, and friends outside of CHC.

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