Robby* came to Mission Road seven years ago after having been removed from his parents due to severe abuse.  Robby had been so tortured that he must wear a cerebral (brain) shunt^ for the rest of his life to constantly drain fluids that collect on his brain. This cruelty has, and will for the rest of his life, affect his intellectual, as well as physical development.  From the moment Robby arrived at our Mission Road gate, he received extensive medical care through our on campus clinic a

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The French Quarter had nothing on Mission Road last Wednesday. At 10:30, our day services adult classes got their Mardi Gras on with masks, head pieces, costumes, and purple and green beads, then paraded throughout the campus. The party continued with an outdoor picnic at the Seglar pavilion which was quickly followed by a dance- I say quickly, because as you all know, when the DJ is spinning, Mission Road gets down!

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Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner + lots of yummy snacks = 8,500+ meals lovingly prepared each month - and in a sparkly, clean kitchen! 
 
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