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Posted: Tue 2 October 2012 - 1 comment(s) [ Comment ] - 0 trackback(s) [ Trackback ]

Xocai Chocolate Mafia Story from Norway Proves to be Creepy Renegade Blogger Error

The creative vision of Xoçai is to transform and improve individual lives worldwide through its unique chocolate products.

 

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“Approval of the ’Healthy Chocolate’ trademark represents a significant milestone for MXI,” said Andrew Brooks, Founder and Chief Operating Officer of MXI Corp. “We’ve increasingly become known as the ‘Healthy Chocolate’ company, utilizing proprietary formulations of premium ingredients, along with cold-processing techniques, to retain the nutritional potency of cacao and açaí berries,” said Brooks. “With this milestone, we now have another important tool to establish ourselves as the icon for Healthy Chocolate, both inside and outside our industry,” he added.


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The creative vision of Xoçai is to transform and improve individual lives worldwide through its unique chocolate products.  One unique element of the company’s formulations is their proprietary high-antioxidant blend of cacao, açaí and blueberries, called XoVita™.  The Xovita ingredient combination is exclusive to Xoçai.  MXI Corp announced that its trademark application for “Healthy Chocolate” was approved by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office on February 28, 2012.  Nevada-based MXI-Corp is a privately held company.  Xoçai's nine chocolate products have the highest ORAC (antioxidant-measuring test) and flavonoid rich products available on the market. 
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Posted: Tue 2 October 2012 - 1 comment(s) [ Comment ] - 0 trackback(s) [ Trackback ]

Xocai is a Clever Detective Tale of How Healthy Chocolate Meets MLM Success

We’ve increasingly become known as the ‘Healthy Chocolate’ company, utilizing proprietary formulations of premium ingredients, along with cold-processing techniques, to retain the nutritional potency of cacao and açaí berries.

 

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http://adampaulgreen.com/xocai-brand-receives-approval-for-healthy-chocolate-trademark-mxi-corp-trademark/

“Approval of the ’Healthy Chocolate’ trademark represents a significant milestone for MXI,” said Andrew Brooks, Founder and Chief Operating Officer of MXI Corp. “We’ve increasingly become known as the ‘Healthy Chocolate’ company, utilizing proprietary formulations of premium ingredients, along with cold-processing techniques, to retain the nutritional potency of cacao and açaí berries,” said Brooks. “With this milestone, we now have another important tool to establish ourselves as the icon for Healthy Chocolate, both inside and outside our industry,” he added.


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Cardinals Stadium Gala To Honor Arizona Wilderness Treatment Charity, Anasazi Foundation Leaders

Stadium builder will host November 9 benefit for struggling teens and young adults



Mesa, Arizona  – Entertainer and Children’s Miracle Network founder Marie Osmond will receive ANASAZI Foundation’s “Turn for Peace” award at the nonprofit organization’

s annual scholarship dinner, which celebrates the achievements of young people who have overcome significant emotional and behavioral challenges.  The event is scheduled for Thursday, November 9, at the new Arizona Cardinals Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=kH...

The evening’s honorees will include ANASAZI graduates—those nominated as “Young Leaders”—who will receive college scholarships from NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young.  Event hosts are philanthropists Diana and Robert Hunt, whose Hunt Construction Group built the revolutionary facility and its one-of-a-kind retractable field.

ANASAZI’s Turn for Peace award is presented to individuals who have made a lasting impact on the lives of children and families.  Past recipients include Young, former First Lady Barbara Bush, country music star Wynonna Judd, authors Stephen R. Covey and Richard Paul Evans, philanthropists Robert and Lynette Gay, professional sports owner/executive David Checketts, and Family Circus creator Bil Keane.

Since co-founding the Children’s Miracle Network in 1983, Ms. Osmond has helped raise more than $2.8 billion for children's hospitals throughout the U.S. and Canada.  She will receive the 2006 Turn for Peace with her husband, music producer Brian Blosil.

Proceeds from the event will enable financially challenged families to obtain the help they need for a struggling son or daughter.  For reservations and table or event sponsorships, call (800) 678-3445 or e-mail sponsorships@anasazi.org.

ABOUT ANASAZI FOUNDATION
ANASAZI Foundation is a nonprofit (501c3), nationally recognized, licensed, and JCAHO-accredited behavioral healthcare provider.  ANASAZI's menu of services includes a 42-day wilderness-based treatment program for youths ages 12-17 (including those often labeled as “troubled teens”) and young adults ages 18-25, as well as parenting workshops, leadership and marriage courses, outpatient counseling, and community drug awareness and education forums.  Visit http://www.anasazi.org for more information.

Contact:
Sean Rourke
ANASAZI Foundation
480.892.7403 phone
sean@anasazi.org
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Anasazi Foundation www.anasazi.org
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Mesa, Arizona —Many viewers of the popular ABC reality series “Brat Camp” have no idea there is an entire industry that utilizes the outdoors and proven therapies to provide intervention services for troubled teens.  Known as “Wilderness Therapy” or “Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare,”

the industry is comprised of providers located throughout the United States, predominantly in the West.  One of the first and most effective of these organizations is the nonprofit ANASAZI Foundation operating in the high-desert forests of Arizona.

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Respected by behavioral healthcare professionals and program graduates nationwide, ANASAZI is best known for its 42-day outdoor program designed to help children ages 12-17 and young adults ages 18-25 with depression, substance abuse, and other emotional or behavioral concerns.  The organization was founded by industry pioneers Larry D. Olsen, author of the national bestseller “Outdoor Survival Skills,” and Ezekiel C. Sanchez, who was honored with his wife Pauline as Arizona Parents of the Year in 2001 and as recipients of the National Excellence in Parenting Award for 2002.

Dozens of wilderness therapy programs have been developed since Olsen and Sanchez first began taking students on wilderness expeditions in the late 1960s.  A few (the most notable exception being the portrayal in the current Brat Camp series) remain true to the founders’ belief that the wilderness is not a harsh place to be conquered, but a place where young people may learn to walk in harmony with others and their surroundings.

“The wilderness provides a safe and quiet environment free from distraction where, with the help of qualified guides and clinicians, young people can sort out the problems of their lives,” said Mike Merchant, ANASAZI’s president and executive director.  “Living comfortably in the outdoors requires responsibility, healthy decision making, and creativity.  It invites introspection, gratitude, and ultimately a change of heart resulting in a lasting change of behavior.”

ANASAZI’s treatment methodology—the ANASAZI Way—includes a non-confrontational and caring approach that integrates the wilderness experience with an accredited educational curriculum and individual and group therapy conducted by a team of licensed healthcare professionals.  This unique combination has allowed the organization to enjoy one of the best success rates in its industry—only 5 percent of the young people served by ANASAZI enter a subsequent inpatient treatment program.
A key element of ANASAZI’s success, in Merchant’s view, is family involvement.  “ANASAZI’s experience has shown that repairing the bonds between children and their parents, or ‘turning hearts homeward’ as we call it, is the key to overcoming most challenges,” Merchant said.  “For this reason, we require parents to attend a workshop, participate in weekly counseling sessions, and spend the final three days in the wilderness with their child.  We feel this commitment is essential to developing a home environment that supports and sustains the child’s commitment to ‘walking forward’ in life.”

“The wilderness and our concurrent work with the family provide a unique treatment milieu that allows us to effectively address the biopsychosocial-spiritual aspects of a child’s life,” said ANASAZI Clinical Director Dr. Fred Dodini.  "We work on relevant physical and emotional health issues like diet, exercise, sleep patterns, social skills, and emotional self-regulation.  Most importantly, we help adolescents identify, through real-life experiences, the core values that form the foundation of their lives and provide the resiliency needed to face the challenges of today's world.”

The Brat Camp television series has placed the bright light of scrutiny on wilderness therapy—specifically on the confrontational and “manufactured” approach many have noted in the current program.  While organizations employing these techniques have helped many children, the staff at ANASAZI believes it is important to understand there are more effective and positive ways to promote lasting change.  AANASAZI’s years of experience have proven that children respond best not when they are labeled, embarrassed, or manipulated, but when they are truly cared for in the positive, peaceful, and uncluttered environment provided by Mother Earth.

Outdoor behavioral healthcare performed in a life-affirming environment has long been recognized as an effective method of intervention.  As this form of therapy increases in popularity, it is increasingly important for parents and referring therapists to select a program they can trust.  To assist them, ANASAZI and other leading healthcare providers formed the Outdoor Behavioral Health Industry Council (OBHIC), an association that defines standards and practices for outdoor programs committed to helping young people and families make positive change.

As the only year-round nonprofit organization in a competitive and now highly visible industry, ANASAZI works to ensure its programs are available to all families, regardless of their ability to pay.  With this in mind, the organization continually raises funds from caring donors who provide scholarships to those families in need.

ANASAZI founder Sanchez marvels at the unprecedented interest in the industry he helped create.  “Larry Olsen and I could not have imagined the legacy of those early courses, which were initially designed to teach the primitive living skills of America’s ancient inhabitants,” said Sanchez, who continues his work at ANASAZI.  “Almost immediately, we realized that a peaceful walking in the wilderness offered our students and others facing significant personal challenges a much more important, life-altering service.  I am pleased this type of therapy is as vital now as it was then, and I remain forever honored to help our remarkable young people learn how to walk forward in the ANASAZI Way.”

About ANASAZI Foundation
ANASAZI Foundation is a nonprofit (501c3), nationally recognized, licensed, and JCAHO-accredited behavioral healthcare provider for youth and young adults with depression, anger, aggression, school failure, substance abuse, suicidal ideation, and other emotional or behavioral concerns.  ANASAZI's menu of services includes a 42-day outdoor treatment program for youths ages 12-17 and young adults ages 18-25, as well as parenting workshops, leadership and marriage courses, outpatient counseling, and community drug awareness and education forums.  More information is available at www.anasazi.org.


Contact
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ANASAZI Foundation
480.892.7403 phone
sean@anasazi.org


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Why does the ANASAZI experience "work"? What I tell you about it I have discovered first-hand. Because of my professional interest in people's emotional problems and the interventions that claim to correct them, ANASAZI's founders, Larry Olsen and Ezekiel Sanchez, invited me in 1989 to evaluate what they were doing. My family and I went out on the trail in the wilderness of Arizona. I talked with the students, watched their interactions, listened to inter-changes between students, instructors, and "shadows" (counselors)

, and interviewed parents. Subsequently, I have returned six or eight times and have come to know the ANASAZI operation and have tracked the progress of quite a few students.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98wt08zMulU&feature=player...


The students' progress continually amazes me. It far exceeds that of troubled youth in any of the other rehabilitative programs I have been able to learn about, including counseling, therapy, and psychiatry in both residential and outpatient settings.

Underpinning everything the ANASAZI people do seems to be the unspoken assumption - the absolutely startling assumption - that the students do not need to be "fixed" or "straightened out." Indeed, trying to get them to change, which requires trying to exercise some sort of control over them, only makes matters worse. On the other hand, caring about them and treating them with respect gives them the best opportunity for change on their own initiative. Like everyone else, teenagers want to do the responsible, mature thing when they can do it freely, but they can never be coerced or intimidated into doing it.

Influence without Manipulation
For this reason, students receive instruction only when they ask for it, including instruction in the ancient Indian survival skills. When they engage in the offensive and manipulative behavior that brought them to ANASAZI, they expect their leaders to overreact, just as others in their lives have done. Though I have watched them carefully, I have not seen the ANASAZI personnel overreact. They neither cave in to childish demands nor act punitively. They respond cheerfully, empathetically, and respectfully - which means they continue to give the students the right to be responsible for themselves.

Nature helps significantly, for it doesn't overreact either. The manipulative games by which students previously kept their world in perpetual disequilibrium do not work in the wilderness. The students must rely on honest effort in order to get on. Like the survival skills they learn on the trail, this builds their confidence in their ability to take care of themselves in tough circumstances. In the vast silence of the desert they have time to reflect, to reconsider family relations, and to reassess their aims in life. They begin to discover who they really are, and to like the person they find.

Family Complicity
Let me suggest why this kind of approach works so well. To do that, I need briefly to explore the dynamics of families whose children are troubled. Childrens' problems are interconnected with the problems of other family members; they can maintain behavioral changes only to the degree that their parents make the same sort of changes. In exploring these delicate issues, I am pointing no fingers; just about all parents, including myself, have had the kinds of problems I will describe.

When we are sufficiently frustrated with a child to send him or her to "experts" to be "fixed," we are not likely to share the ANASAZI conviction that the child is a good person. "Obviously my child isn't all right!" a parent may object. "She (or he) is rebellious, angry, defiant, calloused, promiscuous. She (or he) cares nothing at all about the values our family stands for, and keeps the family in constant turmoil. We have done everything in our power to bring about a change, including punishments and bribes, but nothing works. It's pure folly to thing she (or he) will suddenly change just because we are loving and respectful. We've tried all that. Rest assured it would never work with this one."

When we have this sort of attitude toward our children, they feel accused and blamed, and they resent it. That resentment leads them to act vindictively, to treat us and others in a calloused way, and to undermine our hopes for them. We in our turn feel unappreciated and mistreated, after all we have done for our children. Over time, this cycle of blame and resistance intensifies. Thus, "troubled" children typically come from troubled families - families in which the reciprocal blaming has become a way of life.

It is this way that children by their bad behavior both reflect their family's attitude toward them and provoke more of that attitude. Having learned to worry about defending self, all of the family members, including the children, see the world defensively; they refuse to allow themselves to feel and be touched by the needs of others. And, they carry into other relationships - with teachers, counselors, police, friends, coaches - the skills of blaming, manipulation, and control developed in their families: they show off, act up, throw tantrums, get into fights, abuse drugs, become promiscuous. They get labeled as troubled, rebellious, defiant, incorrigible - as being somehow defective. And then - and here the cycle is completed - we as parents find it difficult to believe our children are basically good: we have made a habit of misinterpreting the bad behavior we have taught our children, calling it a sign of an intrinsically bad character.

You can see that in spite of the way we experience our children when we are caught up with them in this "death spiral," they are simply responding to the way we are treating them. This means that when we think we see a negative personality trait in them, we are in error. A negative trait is not a characteristic of an individual, like height or red hair or musical talent. Instead, and in spite of appearances to the contrary, it is something the individual is doing in conjunction with other people.

For example: Suppose I see my child arguing with just about every request I make. "I don't have time." "It's not my turn." "Why don't you ever ask Rodney to do the dirty work?" "You won't let me go because you don't trust me." So I say in my heart, "This child is obstinate, defiant, and even cruel" - as if I were speaking of his or her nature. But the truth is that what this child is doing - the obstinance, defiance and cruelty - is only a response to me.

I can look at my own behavior and see that the way I am acting toward my child - demanding, mistrustingly, authoritatively, is contributing to my child's response. The child and I are working together - collaborating - to produce that part of the child's behavior that I find frustrating, and that part of my behavior that my child finds frustrating! The negative trait that I mistakenly think of a characteristic of the child is actually what the child and I are doing together!

One mother was convinced that her husband had abetted their daughter's problems by failing to "lay down the law" forcefully enough. "We have allowed her to speak to us this way! She's a foul-mouthed, disrespectful girl and we've let her get away with it!" In her mind, the problem was in her daughter, and the solution lay in controlling the daughter more effectively - "making" her be respectful, responsible, disciplined.
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Mesa Arizona Charity; Anasazi Foundation's New Wilderness-Based Program, A Marriage Made In Nature

New wilderness-based program helps married and premarital couples discover the path to more loving and resilient relationships

 

Anasazi Foundation www.anasazi.org
Anasazi Foundation www.anasazi.org


Mesa, Arizona  – ANASAZI Foundation today announced that four couples have completed “The Making of a Marriage,” the only marriage course to combine cutting-edge relationship therapy with a nurturing but challenging wilderness-survival experience.  Based on ANASAZI’s acclaimed outdoor programs, the unconventional four-day course is designed to help married and premarital couples build deeper, more compassionate and resilient relationships.

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Participants learn from licensed marital therapists and educators using a curriculum that draws metaphors from nature.  Core relationship principles are taught in individual and group workshops that also incorporate instruction in the primitive living skills required to thrive in the wilderness.  Couples work together and use these skills to create a powerful bonding experience that will last the rest of their lives.

“A peaceful walking in nature can be life-changing.  It also requires honesty,” said ANASAZI clinical director Dr. Fred Dodini.  “Couples participating in our program find this distraction-

free time gives them a deeper look into the realities of their relationship.  With the help of our trained staff, these couples then awaken to the principles and practices that form the foundation of every successful union.”

Dodini believes the couples who participated in July’s inaugural course made a remarkable amount of progress in a short amount of time.  “A couple married more than 25 years said they gained a deeper understanding of one another,” Dodini continued.  “One of the two engaged couples reported their relationship grew more in three days than in three months of dating.”

Relationship strengths and areas for improvement discovered during The Making of a Marriage are documented in a “Walking Far” plan that helps couples build upon their experience and prepare for the future.

The next Making of a Marriage courses are planned for September and November.  More information is available at www.makingofamarriage.org.

ABOUT ANASAZI FOUNDATION
ANASAZI Foundation is a nonprofit (501c3), nationally recognized, licensed, and JCAHO-accredited behavioral healthcare provider.  ANASAZI's menu of services includes a 42-day wilderness-based treatment program for youths ages 12-17 (including those often labeled as “troubled teens”) and young adults ages 18-25, as well as parenting workshops, leadership and marriage courses, outpatient counseling, and community drug awareness and education forums.  Visit http://www.anasazi.org for more information.

Contact:
Sean Rourke
ANASAZI Foundation
480.892.7403 phone
sean@anasazi.org


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Anasazi Foundation Rehabilitates Troubled Teens With Wilderness Therapy; On MTV "True Life" Series

Arizona nonprofit ANASAZI Foundation will be featured in an upcoming episode of MTV’s Emmy Award-winning “True Life” documentary series.

 

Anasazi Foundation www.anasazi.org
Anasazi Foundation www.anasazi.org


Mesa, Arizona – Arizona nonprofit ANASAZI Foundation will be featured in an upcoming episode of MTV’s Emmy Award-winning “True Life” documentary series.  Airing July 7 at 10 p.m. (EST/PST), the episode includes the story of Spencer, a Utah teen who participated in ANASAZI’s wilderness-based behavioral healthcare program.
Launched in 1998, the “True Life” series is narrated solely by its characters to provide unique insight into the struggles, hopes, and dreams of young people facing unusual circumstances.

http://www.mtv.com/videos/misc/670451/spencers-outdoor-tr...


ABOUT ANASAZI FOUNDATION
ANASAZI Foundation is a nonprofit (501c3), nationally recognized, licensed, and Joint Commission-accredited behavioral healthcare provider known for its nurturing and non-punitive approach to helping young people.  ANASAZI's menu of services includes a 42-day, wilderness-based intervention and treatment program for youth 12-17 and adults 18+, as well as parenting workshops and community drug awareness and education forums.  Visit www.anasazi.org for more information.

Contact:
Sean Rourke
ANASAZI Foundation
480.892.7403
sean@anasazi.org


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NFL Legend Bart Starr To Receive Turn For Peace Award |Mike Merchant, President

Nonprofit ANASAZI Foundation to Honor Hall of Fame Quarterback and Wife at November 8 Gala

 

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Mesa, Arizona – Legendary NFL quarterback Bart Starr and his wife Cherry will receive ANASAZI Foundation’s “Turn for Peace” award at the nonprofit organization’

s annual scholarship dinner, which celebrates the achievements of young people who have overcome significant personal challenges.  The award presentation and dinner are scheduled for Thursday, November 8, at the new Phoenix Convention Center.

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ANASAZI’s Turn for Peace award is presented to extraordinary people who have made significant contributions to heal and strengthen families, specifically parent-child relationships.  Past recipients include former First Lady Barbara Bush, country music star Wynonna Judd, author Stephen R. Covey, philanthropists Robert and Lynette Gay, entertainer Marie Osmond, Family Circus creator Bil Keane, and NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young, who nominated the Starrs for the 2007 award.

In 1965, the Starrs co-founded Rawhide Boys Ranch, which continues to help at-risk youth and their families build healthy and life-changing relationships.

As quarterback of the NFL’s Green Bay Packers, Bart Starr was honored three times as Most Valuable Player, once as league MVP and as MVP of Super Bowls I and II.  He has received numerous other awards, including the NFL Award for Citizenship, and he is the inspiration for the Bart Starr Award, presented each year to the best Christian player in the NFL.  Elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977, Starr is the only player to quarterback a team to five NFL championships.

ANASAZI’s scholarship dinner will feature a concert by Phantom of the Opera star Franc D’Ambrosio.  Proceeds from the November 8 fundraiser will enable financially challenged families to obtain the help they need for a struggling son or daughter.  For more information on the event or the Turn for Peace award, call (800) 678-3445 or e-mail sponsorships@anasazi.org.

ABOUT ANASAZI FOUNDATION
ANASAZI Foundation is a nonprofit (501c3), nationally recognized, licensed, and JCAHO-accredited behavioral healthcare provider.  ANASAZI's menu of services includes a 42-day wilderness-based treatment program for youths ages 12-17 (including those often labeled as “troubled teens”) and young adults ages 18-25, as well as parenting workshops, leadership and marriage courses, outpatient counseling, and community drug awareness and education forums.  Visit http://www.anasazi.org for more information.

Contact:
Sean Rourke
ANASAZI Foundation
480.892.7403
sean.rourke@anasazi.org


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College Credit Offered To Wilderness Therapy Program Participants | Anasazi Foundation |Mesa, AZ

ANASAZI Foundation, a nonprofit outdoor behavioral healthcare provider based in Mesa, Arizona, today announced it is offering college credit for students and instructors participating in its 42-day therapeutic wilderness programs.

 

Anasazi Foundation www.anasazi.org
Anasazi Foundation www.anasazi.org


Mesa, Arizona  – ANASAZI Foundation, a nonprofit outdoor behavioral healthcare provider based in Mesa, Arizona, today announced it is offering college credit for students and instructors participating in its 42-day therapeutic wilderness programs.  The credits are made possible through ANASAZI’s partnership with Blueprint Education and Feather River College, a California institution fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

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“We’re excited to make these credits available to our youth and young adult students,” said ANASAZI Foundation president Mike Merchant.  “College accreditation for our ANASAZI Way curriculum has been a dream for quite some time, and we’re grateful to Blueprint and Feather River College for helping to make this a reality.”

Those electing to participate in ANASAZI’s college program may receive up to seven credits, including three credit hours for Principles of Outdoor Recreation, three for Outdoor Recreation Leadership, and a single-credit course in Intermediate Backpacking.  To give students the greatest flexibility, each six-week course follows a continuous-flow schedule that allows for open enrollment and exit.

Teenage students may receive the college credits concurrently as they earn up to four high-school credits available through the program.  Members of ANASAZI’s direct-care staff may also receive college hours while working as program instructors.

“For many years, it has been our privilege to help young people find direction in their lives,” said ANASAZI founder Ezekiel Sanchez.  “It is truly a gift that they can now use their ANASAZI coursework to advance their post-high school education.”

ABOUT ANASAZI FOUNDATION
ANASAZI Foundation is a nonprofit (501c3), nationally recognized, licensed, and Joint Commission-accredited behavioral healthcare provider known for its nurturing and non-punitive approach to helping struggling young people.  ANASAZI's menu of services includes a 42-day (minimum stay), wilderness-based intervention and treatment program for youth 12-17 (including those often labeled as “troubled teens”) and young adults 18-25, as well as parenting workshops and community drug awareness and education forums.  Visit http://www.anasazi.org for more information.

Contact:
Sean Rourke
ANASAZI Foundation
480.892.7403
sean@anasazi.org


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Mesa, Arizona's Nonprofit, Anasazi Foundation Seeks to Buck Fundraising Trend, Launches Campaign

Fundraising effort will provide wilderness-based behavioral healthcare services to more than 100 families affected by economic downturn

 

Anasazi Foundation www.anasazi.org
Anasazi Foundation www.anasazi.org


Mesa, Arizona  – ANASAZI Foundation, the only nonprofit provider of outdoor behavioral healthcare services, today announced a $500,000 fundraising campaign to aid young people from families impacted by the current economic downturn.  The effort, which comes amid decreasing donations and the closing of numerous residential and wilderness-based treatment programs, will extend ANASAZI's services to parents who are unable to secure financing or obtain services from other providers.

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“Demand for adolescent treatment services has never been greater, but in this economy most families simply cannot afford residential placement,” said ANASAZI Executive Director Mike Merchant.  “Once-

plentiful student loans have been eliminated, so programs that provide direct financial assistance – programs like ANASAZI – often represent the only hope for low and middle-income families seeking life-saving intervention services for a struggling son or daughter.  We field calls daily from families referred by other providers."

To weather the economic forces which have compelled others to shutter operations, ANASAZI realigned its management structure, resulting in a significant cost savings.  The move allows ANASAZI founder and wilderness-therapy pioneer Ezekiel Sanchez to assume a more direct supervisory role in field operations.  Merchant said the new plan will enhance staff training and allow ANASAZI to sustain its programs without compromising its highly regarded standard of care.

The fundraising campaign will uniquely leverage ANASAZI’s broad alumni community to solicit grants from alumni-affiliated corporations, foundations, and private contributors.  More than $200,000 of the goal amount will be targeted by a social networking effort titled “I am ANASAZI,” which calls upon individual graduates to share their stories and raise at least $500 to help other young people in need.

“All of us at ANASAZI understand the enormity of the fundraising task before us,” said program founder Sanchez.  “My heart is at peace, however, because our mission is critical and our cause is true.  Most of all I know that our wonderful ANASAZI family will ensure we succeed in this effort.”

ABOUT ANASAZI FOUNDATION
ANASAZI Foundation is a nonprofit (501c3), nationally recognized, licensed, and Joint Commission-accredited behavioral healthcare provider known for its nurturing and non-punitive approach to helping struggling young people.  ANASAZI's menu of services includes a 42-day (minimum stay), wilderness-based intervention and treatment program for youth 12-17 (including those often labeled as “troubled teens”) and young adults 18-25, as well as parenting workshops and community drug awareness and education forums.  Visit http://www.anasazi.org for more information.

Contact:
Sean Rourke
480.892.7403
sean.rourke@anasazi.org

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Xocai Ambassador Ian Murray Stretches the Limits

Xocai Ambassador Ian Murray (Canada) Stretches the Limits and Successfully Summits Mt. Rainer Thus Taking Xocai Healthy Chocolate to the Top

 MXI Corp-Xocai Healthy Chocolate

Xocai Ambassador Ian Murray (Canada) Stretches the Limits and Successfully Summits Mt. Rainer Thus Taking Xocai Healthy Chocolate to the Top


Congratulations to Ian Murray (Canada) for receiving the top-leadership climbing award!
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“I am so excited to announce that Ambassador, MXI Corp, Ian Murray made it to the top of Mt. Rainier this morning at 9:11 AM.  I see such a direct parallel between Ian Murray’s feat to starting to build a business or wanting to create a larger business.  Ian Murray did not just walk up the mountain which is also a volcano; he prepared for a whole year.  Along the way, there were disappointments, just like we all experience.  For Ian Murray, he thought he was going up with the team of men from MXI Corp along with Ed Viesturs who was the first person to climb 14 mountains without oxygen.  Ian Murray was looking forward to spending time with a man that had conquered so many of his dreams over a 14 year span.  After working out for 8 months with 60 pounds of bird seed on his back (that is the weight of supplies you must take with you), Ian Murray discovered the trip was canceled.  Ian Murray found another way!”

~We received a message from Ian Murray today.  He made it to Mount Rainer base camp and will summit.
Latitude:46.83548
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GPS location Date/Time:08/11/2011 18:12:19 EDT

“How many of us would have quit which is the easiest way and said this obviously isn’t for me, never to realize how powerful they could have been?  Ian Murray ended up going with a group of strangers in April, only to being turned back at 10,000 feet due to unstable weather conditions.  Can you imagine how expensive this setback was, both financially and emotionally?  I hear people say when their business is just beginning; I’m not covering my expenses. They don’t see the larger picture down the road of how they will feel when they build a huge business and their costs are so minimal.  Instead of saying I did try, Ian Murray went back to finish the job.  Ian Murray rescheduled for August and found another group to go with.  This time, Ian Murray won.  Ian Murray is one of few that have truly been to the top!  I have invited Ian to share his dream and what it took to accomplish it on next Thursday’s opportunity call at 8PM EDT. Check out our Upcoming coming calls.  No matter where you are in your journey, being the top recruiter of the week, starting Monday , August 15 will certainly be a step forward.  Each week, the top recruiter will earn an hour with an Ambassador, learning how to excel in your business!  The top 10 recruiters of the month, ending Sept.11 will earn a month’s (one hour a week) training with one of the Global Partners’ Ambassadors.”  Have a great week!  ~Sandy Chambers, Ambassador, MXI Corp

“I feel very strongly that Ian Murray represents the appropriate values, work ethic and charitable focus
that MXI CORP respects and searches for in recognizing a Top Influential Climber Award,"
says Adam Paul Green, G3 Development's Founder and President.

About Marketing Xocolate International Corporation

Established in 2005, Marketing Xocolate International Corporation (MXI-Corp) is the world

leader in healthy, dark chocolate products. All MXI products are focused on potent doses of

delicious, antioxidant-rich Belgian cacao. MXI-Corp believes that the high levels of natural

antioxidants that are found in its cacao can provide a viable solution to individual nutritional

needs. The Xoçai™ (sho-sigh) line, which currently includes nine products, is manufactured

utilizing a cold-press process, which preserves the nutritional values of the company’s

proprietary blends of vitamins and minerals. Nevada-based MXI-Corp is a privately held

company. The Brooks family, owners and operators of MXI-Corp, have total

combined chocolate sales of more than $1 billion.

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~Want to connect with Ian Murray; Xocai Master Climbing Distributor?
Contact Adam Paul Green @ 801-809-7766
adam@adampaulgreen.com

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About MXI Corp (Marketing Xocolate International Corporation):
Established in 2005, Marketing Xocolate International Corporation (MXI-Corp) is the world leader in natural antioxidant products with a particular focus on healthy, dark (and now milk) chocolate products.  All MXI Corp products are focused on potent doses of delicious, antioxidant-rich Belgian cacao.  MXI Corp believes that the high levels of natural antioxidants that are found in its cacao can provide a viable solution to individual nutritional needs.  The Xoçai™ (show-sigh) product line, which currently includes nine products, is manufactured utilizing a proprietary cold-press process, which preserves the nutritional values of the company’s proprietary blends of vitamins and minerals.  Nevada-based MXI Corp is a “privately held” company.  The Brooks family, owners and operators of MXI Corp, have total combined chocolate sales of more than $1 billion.

~MXI Corp currently operates in 25+ countries and has over 200,000 distributors.
~Archived press releases can be found at http://www.AdamPaulGreen.com
~Join Xocai Today!  

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