IMAGINE has been designated as a Community Central Care Facility for Collier County, Florida
Christy Cugini, MD
Molly Barrow, PhD
HELP US TO HELP OUR COLLIER COUNTY CHILDREN
Everyone in the community benefits when a donation to IMAGINE is given. IMAGINE is dedicated to the children in our community.
All 501(c)(3) tax deductible donations remain in Collier County, Florida and are used to teach Leadership Skills to school-age children and to counsel children and their families who suffer from emotional trauma. IMAGINE's focus is to provide the best treatment and prevention education for the mental and physical health of children.
Please join us to make IMAGINE Children's Health Center a trusted and reliable source of care for Collier County families. Our goal is to provide these services to children at a reduced charge through generous and caring people like yourself. Thank you for your donation to help our Collier County kids be happy and healthy.
Our mission is to provide psychological treatment and health education that is effective and compassionate for Collier County children and their families. IMAGINE will provide hurting children with an opportunity to avoid lifelong suffering and to function again at their highest level in school, at home and with friends.
Because we are a 501(c)(3) corporation, your donation to IMAGINE may be exempt from federal income tax under IRC Section 170. If you have any questions or to schedule a meeting to discuss a major donation, please contact our Executive Director, Dr. Molly Barrow, at 239-263-3908 or email: email@example.com.
DEDICATED TO THE MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH OF COLLIER COUNTY CHILDREN
IMAGINE Children's Health Center is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation established to educate school-age children in leadership skills and to treat emotional trauma. Emotional trauma symptoms are seen in children who suffer from anxiety, ADHD, autism, depression, suicidal ideation, stress, low self-esteem, self-destructive behavior, sleep disorders, or grief. Emotional trauma can affect children from all socio-economic groups and be the result of multiple causes, including divorce, death of a loved one, parental military service, illness, abuse, neglect, or a traumatic event.