June 17, 2021
Cumberland Heights and their adolescent program, ARCH Academy, teamed up with The Quintenn Clark Foundation last week at Summerfest in Ashland City.
Parents Tonya Garton and Anthony Clark started the foundation to honor their son, Quintenn, who lost his life to overdose in March 2021.
The goal of the foundation is to raise awareness and to provide resources, support, and assistance to those in need of addiction treatment, as well as their families.
Nearly $2000 was raised over the course of Summerfest, and the foundation will be hosting another event in September with details to come.
Said Brandy Harter, Regional Outreach Coordinator at Cumberland Heights, "The ability of Anthony and Tonya to turn their tragedy into a way to help others is nothing short of heroic, and we are happy to support their efforts in any way we can. Quintenn would be very proud of them."
If you'd like to learn more about The Quintenn Clark Foundation or ways you can help, please visit their Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/245519914009518/?ref=share.
Also, to learn more about the services provided by Cumberland Heights or ARCH Academy, please visit www.cumberlandheights.org, www.arch.org, or call them at 1-800-646-9998, or reach Brandy Harter directly at 629-203-9048.
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