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Center of Hope staff stresses need for unity at re-dedication

Aug 16, 2015 By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer

Volunteers of America-Northern Rockies held a re-dedication ceremony July 27 at the Center of Hope. The event honored clients, staff and community members ...


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Riverton Police Department chief Mike Broadhead, left, and Volunteers of America executive vice president of operations Heath Steel addressed a group of people who attended the re-dedication of the Center of Hope detoxification and rehabilitation facility Monday in Riverton. The officials wore red shirts to represent hope and to honor the two clients who were shot by a gunman on July 18. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Riverton Police Department chief Mike Broadhead, left, and Volunteers of America executive vice president of operations Heath Steel addressed a group of people who attended the re-dedication of the Center of Hope detoxification and rehabilitation facility Monday in Riverton. The officials wore red shirts to represent hope and to honor the two clients who were shot by a gunman on July 18. Photo by Alejandra Silva


Riverton Police Department chief Mike Broadhead, left, and Volunteers of America executive vice president of operations Heath Steel addressed a group of people who attended the re-dedication of the Center of Hope detoxification and rehabilitation facility Monday in Riverton. The officials wore red shirts to represent hope and to honor the two clients who were shot by a gunman on July 18. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Riverton Police Department chief Mike Broadhead, left, and Volunteers of America executive vice president of operations Heath Steel addressed a group of people who attended the re-dedication of the Center of Hope detoxification and rehabilitation facility Monday in Riverton. The officials wore red shirts to represent hope and to honor the two clients who were shot by a gunman on July 18. Photo by Alejandra Silva

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