Frederick’s Day Spa Salon Wants to Make Crittenton Girls Shine

Frederick’s Day Spa Salon will donate time and talent to the girls in Crittenton Services’ residential program by offering hair, nails and make up services.

The community service project is something Frederick’s owners Fred and Sharon DeChiazza wanted to do. The idea was developed by stylist Audrey Hamilton. Audrey has done community service work for years, volunteering her time and talents in a variety of ways.

“I’ve been thinking about doing this for some time and gathered some volunteers at the salon who wanted to help. And I couldn’t think of a better organization (Crittenton) to help,” said Hamilton.

Frederick’s will offer two hours every other Monday afternoon, beginning June 20, for a group of girls to come to the salon and receive haircuts and styles, make up services and manicures. All of the services will be free of charge.

“We had some people recently, including a former Crittenton client, come into the salon for services and they talked about the organization. It just solidified that we had chosen the right group of girls to assist,” added Hamilton.

“Crittenton is proud to call Fredericks Day Spa Salon a good friend. Our girls will love this experience and appreciate this so much. They need and deserve the chance to feel beautiful,” said Kathy Szafran, President and CEO.

The Crittenton Residential program helps females aged 12 through 21 with behavioral health services as well as a variety of life skills to promote self-sufficiency. Among the most critical components of the program is education, and in partnership with Ohio County Schools, Crittenton offers a full time on-site school with certified teachers. Crittenton also offers a TASC program.

Crittenton also operates Wellspring Family Services, an outpatient, home-based counseling service available in 21 counties, with seven offices in Wheeling, Weirton, New Martinsville, Parkersburg, Harrisville, Huntington and Morgantown. Wellspring Family Services is currently serving more than 600 children and adults.

Crittenton’s Cradles to Crayons Child Care Center offers before and after care services at Woodsdale, Steenrod and Middlecreek Elementary schools and the universal pre-k programs at Bethlehem and Middle Creek Elementary Schools.

For more information call 304-242-7060 or go to www.florencecrittenton.net.

Frederick’s Day Spa Salon has been serving the Ohio Valley since 1983. They have a team of more than 30 associates and offer a wide range of services, including hair, nails, pedicures, massage, facials, waxing, laser hair and tattoo removal and make up application. For more information, go to fredericks-salon.com.