This donation will be used to facilitate the planning and designing of new protective services for children
Hauppauge, NY (PRWEB) July 25, 2008 -- IVCi, LLC (www.ivci.com ), a leading integrator of enterprise collaboration solutions including high definition video conferencing, telepresence, audio visual integration, and managed conferencing services, announced today that it has donated video conferencing equipment to Mt. Sinai's Children's Trauma Institute Treatment and Service Adaptation Center (CTI TSA) as part of its ongoing support of children in need.
The CTI TSA will use video as part of an initiative to develop and adapt effective child traumatic stress interventions in child protective service settings nationwide. Children in child welfare systems have an extraordinary prevalence of traumatic stress disorders, and yet historically have had very poor access to mental health services.
"We would like to thank IVCi for their generosity," said Claude M. Chemtob, Ph.D., Co-Director, ACS-MSSM Children's Trauma Institute "Much of our work is oriented toward prevention, and the video conferencing system IVCi donated will be used to facilitate the planning and designing of new protective services for children."
IVCi, LLC (http://www.ivci.com | http://audiovisual.ivci.com) is a leading integrator of managed enterprise collaboration solutions, including high definition video conferencing, telepresence, audio visual and managed conference services. From our headquarters in Long Island, New York, and branch offices throughout the country, IVCi makes conferencing and audio visual solutions easy to use, easy to manage, and easy to afford.
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