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To understand the importance of Doug Baldwin’s Family Combine, which will tae place Saturday at Renton Memorial Stadium, you have to go back to a teriyaki joint in Renton that Baldwin and Richard Sherman frequented when they were rookies sharing a house nearby.

Actuall Arizona Cardinals Custom Jersey y, it goes back further than that, back to Pensacola, Florida and the Southern Youth Sports Association that Baldwin says helped him “become the man that I am today.”

Because as much as this weekend’s event is a chance for families to enjoy a fun day in the sun while interacting with a Pro-Bowl wide receiver, it’s really about supporting a project near and dear to his heart, the Family First Community Center he is working to build in Renton.

People wanting to take part in the family combine can register here, and can do so knowing the money is going to a good cause that is two-plus years in the making. Partnering with the City of Renton and the Renton School District, Baldwin has put countless hours, as well as $1 million of his own money, towards bringing a community center to Renton that will allow area children to have the same positive experience that he had at the SYSA when he was a child.

Baldwin still supports SYSA, including through the NFL’s My Cause, My Cleats initiative, but during frequent visits early in his Seahawks career to Momma’s Teriyaki, which has since closed, Baldwin saw a wonderful, welcoming place, but he also saw kids with limited options for after-school activities.

“When I first got here, that area is where I stayed, Sherm and I rented a house there, so we became really close with the community,” Baldwin said. “And I became close with a family in that area that owned what was called Momma’s Teriyaki at the time—she has now moved to the UW—and she took us in. She didn’t know we were football players, but she’d always give us extra chicken, she just took care of us. It was a really welcoming feeling, she did that with all the kids in that area. It was just a really warm feeling I got from that community, but being around there so often, you saw that kids didn’t have anything to do, they were just hanging out at Momma’s Teriyaki, no activities after school. So just talking to members of the community and thinking about how I can make a positive impact, the community center is what I landed on.

“The reason I picked a community center is because the community center in Florida, it allowed me to become the man that I am today in terms of holding me accountable in terms of academics, holding me accountable in terms of my work ethics. The life lessons that are taught through sports, I was taught at that community center, so I wanted to replicate that in some way.”

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When it opens—the hope is to break ground in February of 2019 with a 12-18-month timeline for completion—the Family First Community Center will not only be a place for kids to play sports or hang out after school and in the summer, but also a place for families to go for health resources.

“I wanted to replicate it in a way that I could build upon it, so we partnered with HealthPoint, the school district and the city to establish something that’s going to be a multi-service, multifaceted facility,” Baldwin said. “So not only are you going to get the athletic portion of it, the recreational portion of it, but because we want to serve families, involving HealthPoint allows us to serve families in terms of getting dental assistance, health assistance, social assistance, whatever it may be, they can come to this facility and get resources. Then with the school district, after school programs, summer programs, all of those things will be implemented in this facility, giving kid Custom Atlanta Falcons Jersey s in that area, who really don’t have anything like that right now, an avenue to expand health and wellness not only as families, but also the entirety of the community.”

The Family First Community Center is well on its way to becoming a reality, with about $11 million raised towards a $15 million goal. That money has come from the City of Renton ($4 million), First Financial Northwest Foundation ($3 million) the state ($1.5 million), private donors and Baldwin himself, but the Seahawks receiver has given a lot more than just his money to the project.

“Doug has been an invaluable partner in our shared vision of providing a positive environment for kids and families in our community,” Renton Mayor Denis Law said in an email. “We have come a long way with this effort thanks to Doug’s total commitment and sincere passion for this project. He’s not here just in name. He has been with us every step of the way!”

The next step along the way is Saturday’s Family Combine, which promises to not only be a fun event, but also an important one in helping area kids experience the same thing Baldwin did as a child thanks to a supportive local community center.

“The overwhelming emotion that I get when I thin Custom Cardinals Jersey k about what that second family did for me was that they really held me accountable to the young man that I said I wanted to be,” Baldwin said. “I said I wanted to get into the NFL. They said, ‘OK, we’re going to give you all the tools you need to get there, and we’re going to hold you accountable academically, we’re going to hold you accountable in your work ethic, and make sure if you really want to do this, we’re going to push you do it.’ They did that, they never let up. Even in times when I got arrogant or I got cocky or I got complacent and lazy, they were always on me, and it was in a loving way. I just feel like sometimes a lot of kids don’t have that support system. That was so invaluable to me, and I can’t put a price on it. That’s the overwhelming feeling I get when I think about the community center back home, so I want to make that the same type of atmosphere when kids come to this community center.”

Doug Baldwin Holds Inaugural Family Combine

Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin held his interactive inaugural family combine on June 25, 2017 at Renton Memorial Stadium 

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Seahawks ‘Madden NFL 19’ Player Ratings Revea Arizona Cardinals Custom Jersey led

The latest installment of the Madden NFL franchise, Madden NFL 19, is set for an August 10 release, and to build excitement for the nearly 30-year-old franchise that originally debuted in 1989, EA Sports has unveiled initial player ratings for the virtual versions of football’s professionals. 

Seattle’s Russell Wilson ranks as the game’s third highest-rated quarterback with a 92 overall. The two quarterbacks rated higher than the Seahawks signal caller — Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and New England’s Tom Brady — are each members of the 99 overall club.

Tuesday’s player ratings reveal also appears to have settled a debate between Seattle’s Griffin twins — cornerback Shaquill Griffin and linebacker Shaquem Griffin — who EA Sports asked, “Which Griffin brother has a faster speed rating in Madden NFL 19?”

Se Arizona Cardinals Custom Jersey ahawks React To Sandy Gregory’s Retirement

After 42 years of dedicated service to the Seahawks, longtime employee Sandy Gregory retired from the organization Friday.

Current and former Seattle players sent personal thank you messages as well as posting to social media.

Check out how the Seahawks reacted to Gregory’s retirement:

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Take a Customized Falcons Jersey  look back at the professional career of Seattle Seahawks employee Sandy Gregory, who retired Friday after 42 years of dedication to the club. Gregory’s tenure took her from an administrative assistant position in the public relations department, to community service director, to senior director of legends, team history and special projects.



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Tuesday Round-Up: Russell Wilson Featured In Sports Illustrated’s ‘Fashionable Arizona Cardinals Custom Jersey 50’

Good morning, 12s.

Here’s a look at what’s “out there” for today – Tuesday, July 10 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Russell Wilson Among SI’s ‘Fashionable 50’

Sports Illustrated unveiled its third annual ‘Fashionable 50’ list this week and featured among names like Cristiano Ronaldo, Maria Sharapova, Russell Westbrook, and Odell Beckham Jr., who SI dubs ‘The Most Fashionable Athlete of 2018,’ is Women’s Nike Customized Atlanta Falcons Elite Away White NFL Football Uniform  Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. Two years ago, Wilson launched his own clothing line, Good Man Brand, which sends proceeds of sales to Wilson’s Why Not You Foundation. Here’s a snippet from the SI piece detailing where Wilson gets his fashion sense:

Fashion hooked Wilson early o Custom Atlanta Falcons Jersey n. He wou Custom Cardinals Jersey ld take thousands of screenshots of clothes he wanted to buy or create once his NFL career started. He studied designers such as Tom Ford, Calvin Klein, Riccardo Tisci and Hugo Boss, and he favored a sleek, European fit. His fashion idol? James Bond.

Social Post Of The Day

Today’s ‘Social Post of the Day’ comes from Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright, who shares a video of himself working out this offseason:

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It was just another Tuesday during Rick Mirer’s rookie season and the Seahawks’ quarterback was about to wade into a tedious task on the players’ off day: Going through his voluminous fan mail.

As he entered the conference room at the team’s headquarters — then located in a remote corner of Northwest University in Kirkland — what Mirer discovered was not another mound of mail, but boxes filled with correspondence that had been sorted by categories. There was one for fans seeking an autograph. There was another for fans who had sent trading cards they wanted signed. Yet another contained requests for appearances or auction items. There was even one that featured marriage proposals for the cute and charismatic QB.

This abundance of organization stopped Mirer in his tracks. Then, using his best at-the-line audible voice, he offered, “What would we do without Sandy?”

Just in  Arizona Cardinals Custom Jersey case Sandy Gregory had not heard him from an adjacent room, Mirer repeated with even more vibrato, “What would we do without Sandy?

The entire franchise and its 12s fan base is about to fin Custom Atlanta Falcons Jersey d out, because Gregory, the last of the Seahawks’ original employees from its expansion season of 1976, is retiring Friday after 42 years of service well above and well beyond what anyone could have expected when she was hired six months before the team would play its first game.

Gregory was not a player or a coach. As much as she grew to love the fledging franchise, she wasn’t even a fan. But she impacted each of these groups during a tenure that took Gregory from an administrative assistant position in the public relations department, to community service director, to senior director of legends, team history and special projects.

The anecdote involving Mirer took place in the fall of 1993, but the admiration and appreciation in which it was rooted already had played out on so many occasions in the franchise’s first 17 seasons and has been repeated countless times in the 25 seasons since.

No project was too large, or too small, to warrant Gregory’s labor-of-love attention. Same with the players and coaches. They quickly learned that if they needed something done, or help with an event, Gregory was the one to ask — unless she already had volunteered to help, which was often the case.

This was never more apparent than during the team’s annual salute to its former players. Alumni Weekend starts with a group gathering, and players push past former teammates to greet Gregory with a hug, smile and that echo of appreciation: What would we do without Sandy?

Jacob Green knows the feeling. When the franchise’s all-time sack leader and Ring of Honor defensive end started his annual golf tournament to raise funds for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Gregory was there to do whatever was needed. At each event, Green would begin by thanking those who had made it possible, and Gregory was always at the top of his appreciation list.

During a ceremony where a wing at Fred Hutch was named after Green, he cast a glance at Gregory through tear-filled eyes that said it all — again: “What would we do without Sandy?”

The kids whose Make-A-Wish desire was to visit the Seahawks and their favorite players — from Joey Galloway, to Marshawn Lynch, to Russell Wilson — also know the feeling, without really realizing the Custom Cardinals Jersey  role Gregory played in making their special day extra special.

As Make-A-Wish representatives sighed on many occasions, “What would we do without Sandy?”

For someone whose fingerprints have been so indelible on so many aspects of the franchise for so many years, Gregory’s arrival into all things Seahawks did not foreshadow what was to follow.

“When I came, I was nervous,” Gregory, who had grown up in Southern California, told the Seattle Times in 2014. “All I knew about Seattle was that it rained all the time. Don told me, if you don’t like it, you can always go back. I decided to take the adventure.”

Don was Don Anderson, who Gregory had worked for when he was the Sports Information Director at the University of Southern California. She followed Anderson to the Southern California Sun when he took a job with the World Football League. When the expansion Seahawks hired Anderson to be their first public relations director, Gregory came along as part of a package deal that also included Gary Wright, another Southern California transplant who started as the No. 2 man in the PR department but worked his way into becoming the franchise’s first vice president.

That’s when Gregory began to cut her jack-of-all-trades teeth.

“We didn’t have community relations, we didn’t have HR (Human Resources), we didn’t have IT (Information Technology), we didn’t have marketing,” she told in 2016.

No, but what they did have was Sandy Gregory.

“So it was a little bit of a combination of everything,” she explained. “I did cheerleaders. I ordered their boots and their pompoms and all that stuff back then. I booked the anthem (singers) and the halftimes and the color guards. So it was pretty neat. You just did a little of everything.”

Or in Gregory’s case, a lot of everything.

Memories? You bet. A favorite moment? That too. Gregory shared them with me in 2006.

Favorite memory: “When Steve Largent retired (in 1989). That was quite a day. A tough memory: Pete Gross (the team’s former radio play-by-play man) going into the Ring of Honor (in 1992, two days before he died). I was on the field, but I couldn’t even think about the ceremony because it would make me cry. It was  Women’s Nike Customized Atlanta Falcons Elite Away White NFL Football Uniform a really touching, but tough, moment.”

Favorite moment: “I’ll never forget the trip back from Miami (after the playoff victory following  Customized Falcons Jersey the 1983 season). I remember Lionel Richie’s ‘All Night Long’ jamming on the plane. It was awesome.”

Favorite man: “I can’t go there. There’s way too many of them. Way too many.”

Players and coaches came and went, but Gregory remained a rock in the sea of change — yes, a cornerstone employee who did so many things behind the scenes and never sought the limelight.

After Wright (2009) and director of video Thom Fermstad (2011) retired, the list of original employees became a group of one: Gregory.

Since I covered the Seahawks for 36 years, we discussed on several occasions when that group of one would become a group of none. She always told me, “You’ll know when you’re there.”

Sandy Gregory is finally there. After doing so much for so many for all these years, Gregory deserves our thanks and her well-earned free time.

Now, there’s only one thing left to say: “What will we do without Sandy?”

Sandy Gregory Through The Years

Take a look back at the professional career of Seattle Seahawks employee Sandy Gregory, who retired Friday after 42 years of dedication to the club. Gregory’s tenure took her from an administrative assistant position in the public relations department, to community service director, to senior director of legends, team history and special projects.



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Arizona Cardinals Custom Jersey Tuesday Round-Up: Shaquill & Shaquem Griffin Send Special Message To North Carolina Twins

Good morning, 12s.

Here’s a look at what’s “out there” for today – Tuesday, July 3 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Griffin Twins Reach Out To Twins In North Carolina

Royce and Kiyan Moore, 6-year-old twins from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, are fans of twin Seahawks Shaquill and Shaquem Griffin. The young Moore twins look up to the Griffins not just because they are twins who made it to the NFL, but also because they have a similar story.

As detailed in this piece, Royce was born with Fibular Hemimelia, leading to the amputation of his right leg below the knee. And just as Shaquem Griffin hasn’t let the amputation of his left hand limit him in Custom Atlanta Falcons Jersey  sports or in life, Royce is thriving with a prosthetic lower leg.

“I always say anything your brother can do, you can do. And possibly, you can do it better. Nothing hinders him,” said Royce and Kiyan’s mother, RaShanda Penn.

When word of the Moores got to the Griffins, they recorded a video to surprise their young fans.

“We’re here to talk to y’all about the dream,” Shaquem Griffin said in the video, which is embedded in the story linked above. “Stay focused…stay focused in school, stay focused on everything – stick with each other. Sometimes you’ve got to make sacrifices for your brother, but as long as you stick by each other, he’s always going to be there. Hopefully, one day we can be big fans of you guys, man. So it’s nice talking to you guys.”

Social Post Of The Day

Today’s ‘Social Post of the Day’ comes from quarterback Russell Wilson, who shared a video of the NFL flag football clinic in China he took part in this week. This is the second offseason Wilson has gone to China to serve as an ambassador for the game.

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Good morning, 12s.

Here’s a look at what’s “out there” for today – Thursday, June 28 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Why Seattle Will Make The Playoffs

Over at, analysts Adam Rank and Marc Sessler are taking a look around the League and offering five reasons why each team will make the 2018 playoffs.

Sessler recently landed on the Seahawks, and pointed to five specific areas for playoff optimism in Seattle: Russell Wilson; getting back to the ground game; Bobby Wagner; a trust in team builders Pete Carroll and John Schneider; and “because everyone’s counting them out.” 

Sessler expands on each of those five areas in the full story, but here’s some of what he had to say about why the Seahawks’ recommitment to the run game on offense could have the team playoff bound this upcoming season: 

Why did Pete Carroll hire Schottenheimer? It’s a clear-cut signal that Seattle harbors a renewed emphasis on pounding the ball.

“It’s a commitment to: That’s the style of play and that fits,” Carroll said. “You go back to a couple of years ago when [Schottenheimer] had Mark Sanchez back there and [the Jets] ran the football like crazy and they won [there] … really with a young quarterback based on the commitment to the run and playing defense. Well, you know us, that’s something that we do understand about how you play the game of football. [Schottenheimer’s] committed to it. He gets us.”

If Seattle plans to fend off teams like the Rams and Niners in its own division, game plans will boil down to chewing up the clock and keeping guys like Jared Goff and Jimmy Garoppolo off the field.

This points to a productive, high-touch campaign for first-round runner Rashaad Penny, who’s already being talked about as a three-down starter who can do it all for the ‘Hawks. Unafraid to play rookies, Carroll’s plans for Penny could very well decide how this offense looks in 2018.

With Chris Carson, J.D. McKissic, Mike Davis and C.J. Prosise filling out the roster, the Seahawks are deep with backs on a team threatening to run a bruising attack come September.

Social Post Of The Day

Today’s ‘Social Post of the Day’ comes from Bobby Wagner, who celebrated his 28th birthday yesterday. To watch some of the Seahawks linebacker’s best career plays so far, click here.

Thank you for all the Bday Love.. Feeling great! Getting Younger as we speak ! Lol

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More From Around The Web

Here at, digital media reporter John Boyle comments on the punter competition, rookie tight end Will Dissly’s role, the World Cup, and more in his latest Twitter Q&A.

Fantasy football fans can host their draft at CenturyLink Field later this summer.

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And at, Dave Wyman and John Clayton discuss which departed Seahawks will be difficult to replace.

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Seattle Seahawks rookie linebacker Shaquem Griffin will serve as co-Grand Marshal for the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games Parade of Athletes, the Special Olympics USA Games announced Monday.

Griffin, who had his left hand amputated when he was 4 years old as a result of amniotic band syndrome, a congenital disorder that kept his hand from proper development, was selected by the Seahawks in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. In what was one of the draft’s biggest stories, Griffin, the AAC Defensive Player of the Year at UCF last season, was reunited at the professional level with his twin brother, Shaquill, who  Ty Montgomery Jersey For Sale was drafted by Seattle a year earlier.

“It’s unexplainable, the emotions, everything that was going through my mind,” Shaquem said this past April of his draft-day call. “It was crazy. I had a feeling, but the chances are really low, so just to be able to be there. I couldn’t ask for any Ty Montgomery Jersey thing in the world to have an opportunity to be back with my brother.”

Shaquem and his inspiring story will now be part of an impressive Opening Ceremony lineup at this year’s Special Olympics USA Games, which will take place July 1-7 across the Seattle area and feature more than 4,000 Special Olympics athletes and coaches from around the nation in competition in 14 team and individual sports. Serving as co-Grand Marshal alongside Shaquem at the Parade of Athletes will be Tim Corrigan, a 75-year-old Special Olympics athlete who competed in the very first Special Olympics games back in 1968.

“We’re really excited to add these talented performers to an already impressive lineup,” said Jayme Powers, Executive Produ Randall Cobb Jersey cer and COO for the Special Olympics USA Games. “The Opening Ceremony will provide a po Randall Cobb Jersey Cheap werful way to kick-off the USA Games by creating a once-in-a-lifetime entertainment experience for all of our athletes, volunteers and spectators.”

The Opening Ceremony will be broadcast live on ABC starting at 12:30 p.m. PT on Sunday, July 1 from University of Washington’s Husky Stadium. For more information, including how to purchase tickets, head to

Russell Wilson On “Groundbreaking” Work In Fight Against Childhood Cancer, His Trip To London And The 201 Ty Montgomery Jersey 8 Seahawks

When Russell Wilson first arrived in Seattle as a rookie, he made a phone call to Seattle Children’s Hospital asking if he might pay a visit to the children there.

The response on the other end of the line?

“’Who is this?’” Wilson was asked six years ago, he recalled with a laugh while on Sports Radio 950 KJR Monday. “I said, ‘My name’s Russell, I just got drafted, I just got here, and I want to be able to come to Seattle Children’s on Tuesday.”

After his visit, Wilson told the same person he had talked to on the phone, “I really want to come back next Tuesday and really every Tuesday if I can. She looks at me and goes, ‘Uh, I don’t even know if that’s allowed.’ Sure enough, it’s been something that has been so special for Ciara and I to see so many amazing kids and to be able to be a glimpse of hope and belief.”

Since that first visit six years ago, Seattle Children’s has been a special place for Wilson, who visits every Tuesday throughout the season and frequently in the offseason as well when he is in the area.

“Really for us, it’s about impacting these kids’ lives and giving them a chance to believe,” Wilson said.

Wilson was on Sports Radio 950 KJR as part of the station’s 22nd annual KJR Kares A Thon, which benefits Strong Against Cancer immunotherapy research at Seattle Children’s. In addition to being regular visitors at Seattle Children’s, Wilson and Ciara’s nonprofit, the Why Not You Foundation, partners with Strong Against Cancer to help fight childhood cancer. This week, Wilson is hosting his annual Russell Wilson Celebrity Invitational golf tournament. Last year, the celebrity invitational, combined with donations made by customers at area Safeway and Albertsons stores, raised more than $1.6 million for Strong Against Cancer.

“At the end of the day, it’s really about the kids, so Ciara and I are in love with the fact that we get to do this,” Wilson said. “It has been an amazing experience, we’ve been able to donate millions of dollars to it, it has been great. Another great way for people to get involved is just going by your local Safeway or Albertsons. You can purchase something that has the Strong Against Cancer sign, or just click yes to donate at the checkout line.”

The money raised this week will help fund the groundbreaking immunotherapy treatment being done at Seattle Children’s and other hospitals around the country. According to the Strong Against Cancer website, 93 percent of patients achieved complete remission in a clinical trial using genetically reprogrammed T cells to treat acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

“It has been groundbreaking, and we’re helping save kids’ lives, so every time somebody gets to donate, or even just wave to say hi to a kid, that’s what makes a difference,” Wilson said. “The reality is, you never know if it’s going to be my  Randall Cobb Jersey Cheap kids, if it’s going to be your kids, if it’s going to be your best friend’s kids, that’s why it’s so important, so imperative we make a difference. And the results are showing, the results are truly showing. That’s what we’re looking for.”

Wilson also touched on his and Ciara’s recent trip to London, which among other things included a visit to one of Europe’s biggest horse races, as well as a tour of Tottenham’s new stadium where the Seahawks will play the Raiders this season.

“We had a good time,” he said. “It was the Royal Ascot, kind of like the Kentucky Derby of Europe. It was an amazing experience just to be able to dress up and have fun, but also some business going on.”

On seeing the stadium, which is still under construction, Wilson said, “I got to walk the whole entire stadium, where our lockers will be, I got to get on the field, they just laid down the NFL turf there. … You know me I like visualizing success, so that was a big part of it. It was great.”

Wilson also was asked about the team’s offseason workouts, which wrapped up earlier this month with a three-day minicamp, and he said he came away encouraged by what he has seen this offseason.

“It’s part of the process,” Wilson said. “You enjoy the process, you respect the process, you grind through the process. We’re looking forward to playing again. At the end of the day, you can dictate the game with how you prepare. I’ve always said, the separation is in the preparation, that’s how we’re going to prepare. We’re going to prepare at the highest level. We’ve got a bunch of guys who know how to do that, we have a bunch of coaches who know how to do that, and that’s what it takes. It takes what it takes to win, that’s the truth. We’re looking forward to it. We’re going t Men’s Nike Green Bay Packers Ty Montgomery Elite Team Color Jersey Cheap o have a great season. We’re going to have a great offseason, a great training camp, then take it into the season and make something happen. We’re excited about that opportunity. We’ve got a lot of great players, all across the board on offense from left to right, on defense from left to right, and special teams as well, so it’s going to be an exciting year. Seahawks fans, get ready.”

Russell Wilson Celebrity Invitational Benefiting Strong Against Cancer

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson hosted a celebrity golf tournament at Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum, Washington on Tuesday, June 27 to benefit Strong Against Cancer, an effort that makes cancer immunotherapy treatment a reality for youth.



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