Project Sanctuary Expands to the East Coast
Project Sanctuary announced that it has selected Beaver Hollow Conference Center in Java, NY, as the military family health and wellness retreat center for expansion of its program to the East Coast. The first of two Project Sanctuary retreats scheduled at Beaver Hollow Conference Center in 2016 is set for May 27 – June 1. The retreats mark the reconnection phase of Project Sanctuary’s three-part program and are designed to improve the overall health, wellness and mental well-being both of those who have served our country and their families.
“Project Sanctuary is thrilled to be able to offer our military families the world class care and service that only Beaver Hollow can offer,” said Heather Ehle, Project Sanctuary founder and CEO. “Our families have come to expect ‘the best’ when it comes to mental health care and recreation therapy, and now with our northeast sanctuary, the possibilities for healing and hope are magnified.”
Beaver Hollow Conference Center, home of The Biggest Loser Resort Niagara, provides its guests an award-winning, results-oriented program that focuses on exercise, healthy nutrition and wellness education, inspired by what contestants on the NBC hit weight loss series “The Biggest Loser” experience during their time on the show. Known for being named among the top three spas in North America the last three years in a row by Spas of America, the resort also serves as the national training center for The Biggest Loser Resort brand.
Kathy Egan, president of Beaver Hollow Conference Center, commented “Beaver Hollow Conference Center has taken great pride in the outstanding facilities and services we provide our guests. To be chosen as the designated retreat location for Project Sanctuary, reaffirms our belief that Beaver Hollow Conference Center is the leading health and wellness destination in the United States. We are passionate about what we do, and this designation proves that our efforts have paid off.”
For more information on Project Sanctuary, visit their website: http://www.projectsanctuary.us