Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness Program
The Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness program prioritizes the health and wellness of Chinquapin students, faculty/staff, and families. One of the most beneficial aspects of Chinquapin is the nourishing environment that creates supportive, lasting relationships. By providing the community the space to grow, learn, and lead in an empathetic way, speaks volumes to the importance social-emotional, mental, and psychoeducational needs have on wellness. The Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness program will provide sustainable lifelong skills by offering programs that empower students and create compassionate, engaged, and productive community members.
Interested in helping Chinquapin provide mental health, counseling services, and additional wellness programming for our community? Donate to the Bob and Maxine Moore Wellness Fund.
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