SAFE PLACE: The Caiyalynn Burrell Child Crisis Center on Biltmore Avenue in Asheville is now open to help children and teens ages 6-17 who are experiencing a psychiatric crisis. Photo courtesy of Vaya Health

Caiyalynn Burrell Child Crisis Center opens in Asheville

Since Caiyalynn Burrell’s tragic death from an overdose in 2014, agencies from across the region and the state have come together to find new ways to help children and teens in crisis receive the help they need. The Caiyalynn Burrell Child Crisis Center is now open at 277 Biltmore Ave. in Asheville to respond to psychiatric crises in a supportive, holistic and peaceful environment that also helps patients connect to community resources throughout their treatment and recovery.

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Happy 242: Independen­ce Day events around WNC

Western North Carolina towns exude charm throughout the year, but on Independence Day they take that appeal to another level. That tradition continues in 2018 with streets and parks across the mountains playing host to parades, live music, festivals and other family-friendly celebrations while the sun is out, followed by fireworks and shows to cap off the night. […]