#youinspireme

Mothers, daughters, friends and mentors—let's celebrate each other! Join Prototypes to tell someone #YouInspireMe.

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Why Prototypes?

Mothers seeking treatment for addiction, mental illness and domestic violence often face an impossible choice: Give up their children to foster care or a guardian, or continue to suffer.

Prototypes is their lifeline. By enabling women to keep their children with them during treatment, both get the help they need. Combining comprehensive treatment services with life skills training, Prototypes prepares women for long-term success.

Prototypes has been empowering women to live independently for three decades and serves more than 10,000 individuals and families annually in communities throughout Southern California. We believe that everyone deserves access to care and treatment that can help them overcome the challenge of a lifetime. Don’t you?

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3 Ways You Can Help

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Send an Honor Card

Who inspires you? Make a tax-deductible donation of any amount to Prototypes, and we’ll provide a beautiful Honor Card to send to a remarkable person who has been your inspiration. We’ve even created a card that celebrates Mother’s Day, just in time to honor yours.

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#YouInspireMe

On social media, tag someone who has supported you with the #YouInspireMe hashtag. (Hint: We’d love to see pics of your inspiration!) Make sure to tag @PrototypesCare and we’ll join you in thanking him or her and amplify your message to our social media community.

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Celebrating Mothers

Join us on April 30th at our fourth-annual Celebrating Mothers Luncheon in Marina Del Rey. Our inspirational client and guest speakers represent the transformational power of Prototypes. The day will include an empowering keynote from Tanya Acker of “Hot Bench.”

Thank you for your support!

Supporting our #YouInspireMe campaign and making a gift to Prototypes will enable more individuals and families in crisis to access the treatment and training they need to go from barely surviving to truly thriving.