18 February 2013
Written by Super User
To build understanding and acceptance of cultural diversity
To transform lives for the health of future generations
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To change lives and nurture human potential through working with families and individuals
Recognition for humanitarian work should always be publicized and applauded and I’m happy to recommend her. Evelyn Leite is a founder of centers and shelters in her own community and beyond in other States for battered woman, the homeless and youth. She has been in the counseling profession for 30 years, has a private practice she has calls Living with Solutions and operates a not for profit entity called “A Center for Training and Restoration.” She is the author of ten books and hundreds of articles for magazines and newspapers. Her most recent publications are two manuals to accompany her workshops which are devoted to counseling individuals and families for drug and alcoholic abuse. Her work as a counselor and humanitarian has been widely recognized. She has been installed in the South Dakota Hall of Fame for humanitarian work in 2008. In 2010 she helped establish the Hope Center, a day shelter for the homeless of Rapid City, SD.
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