Alumni Stories: “Where Are They Now?”

A teenage Waldron works on one of the many paintings she created while at AFH.

“I always felt welcome there. I went from school to AFH to home, and that was my life, even sometimes on weekends,” Waldron explained.

Waldron with other AFH teens in the Painting Studio.

“Being [at AFH] was a complete game changer for me and my life,” she said.





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