Gateway’s Springfield Treatment Center Participates in Toys for Tots

toys for tots springfield, gateway foundationThis holiday season, Gateway Foundation Springfield will be hosting the local U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program. The mission of the Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during November and December each year, and distribute those toys as holiday gifts to less fortunate children in the community.

This holiday season, you can join Gateway Foundation in supporting the Sangamon County Toys for Tots campaign. Gateway Foundation Springfield will be collecting donations now through December 16, 2013. If you choose to participate, you may drop off your new, unopened and unwrapped toys at the front entrance of the Gateway Foundation Treatment Center in Springfield (located at 2200 Lake Victoria Drive). All donations will benefit underprivileged children in Sangamon County. Now is the time to help the vast number of children in need this holiday season. Please join us in the spirit of giving.

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About Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers
Every year Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment helps thousands of adults and teens get their life back on track and gives renewed hope to those who care about them. With 50 years of treatment experience, our specialists take the time to understand of the specific needs of each individual. We then develop a customized treatment plan with recommendations for the most appropriate care based on an individual's substance abuse and mental health history. As the largest provider of alcohol and drug abuse treatment in Illinois, Gateway has 11 treatment centers throughout the state. Gateway outpatient and residential substance abuse treatment programs are not one-size fits all, but unique treatment plans that give an individual the highest chance for a successful outcome. With insurance acceptance and a track record of success, Gateway Treatment Centers help thousands of individual’s successfully complete treatment each year, and find the hope they need to live again.

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