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David Napier Joins Youth Home as COO 

 

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark., (June 15, 2006) — Youth Home, Inc recently announced the addition of David Napier as Chief Operating Officer.

Napier joins Youth Home after serving as a Senior Associate Pastor for 19 years at Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock. He served on the Youth Home Board of Directors on a volunteer basis from 1993 to 2003, which included one year as President of the Board in 1997.

“We are thrilled to have David involved in our daily operations,” said Beth Cartwright, Executive Director of Youth Home. “David brings a wealth of experience that will enable us to have a more meaningful impact on the lives of children and families.”

Youth Home administers a variety of comprehensive programs specializing in individual, group and family therapy. The highly successful programs at Youth Home help 1,500 Arkansas adolescents and families per year grow into healthier contributing members of their community. Youth Home, founded in 1966, is a private, non-profit agency accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and is located in west Little Rock. For more information, visit www.YouthHome.org

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