Alumni Stories: “Where Are They Now?”

A teenage Davern pictured at AFH.

“From my first day there, everyone was just really helpful.”

One of Davern’s works from the Painting Studio at AFH.

“I thought the mentors were all amazing. Even if I needed help with a really basic thing they would come over and help and answer all my questions and show me how to do things.”

Davern working in the Painting Studio at AFH.

“I stayed at AFH for four years because they were incredibly supportive about everything. From learning basic skills with painting to helping with college and scholarship applications.”

One of Davern’s works from the Painting Studio at AFH.
One of Davern’s works from the Painting Studio at AFH.
Davern pictured as an adult.

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