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Ride/Walk for Children at Quarry Walk

A fundraising event for Parent Child Resource Center

Event Information

Sunday, June 10, 2018 from 7:00am - 2:00pm

The Ride/Walk for Children at Quarry Walk will take plan on Sunday, June 10, 2018 at Quarry Walk, 300 Oxford Road, Oxford, CT.

15, 32, or 50 mile Bike Course or 2k Walk

Ride//Walk benefits the Parent Child Resource Center which provides innovative mental health services, prevention and early intervention programs for more than 950 children and families each year. The Parent Child Resource Center, a division of BHcare, is a state-licensed child guidance clinic serving children and families throughout the Lower Naugatuck Valley and beyond. For more than 40 years, PCRC has been providing hope and help for children, adolescents, teens, and families struggling with emotional and behavioral issues.


50 mile Bike Course: 7:30am
32 mile Bike Course: 8:00am 
(Registration starts at 7:00am)

15 mile Bike Course: 9:30am
Walk: 10:00am
(Registration starts at 8:30am)

*PLEASE USE CHROME OR FIREFOX WHEN REGISTERING*
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Are you a Sponsor? Contact Kati Lewantowicz for a Sponsorship Code!
klewantowicz@bhcare.org

*The Run has been Cancelled*

Damage from the recent storm rendered our run route unsafe and we were forced to cancel that portion of the event. If you signed up to run, you will receive an email with further information. We hope that our runners will consider opting to Ride or Walk instead. If you have any questions, please contact Kati Lewantowicz: klewantowicz@bhcare.org. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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About the Organization

Parent Child Resource Center

Parent Child Resource Center, PCRC

The Parent Child Resource Center, a division of BHcare, is a state-licensed child guidance clinic serving children and families struggling with emotional and behavioral challenges throughout the Lower Naugatuck Valley and beyond. We work to build, strengthen and stabilize children and their families through a wide range of programs and services.

Our staff is committed to look for ways to focus on and nurture children’s strengths. When children are confronted with difficulties such as executive dysfunction, depression, anxiety, mood dysregulation and traumatic experiences like abuse or neglect, they often are unable to recognize their strengths. Their emotions often become overwhelming and they can lose control of their behavior. At PCRC, we believe children and families can recover and have better lives.

Each year, PCRC provides children’s behavioral health services for more than 1,200 children and families across 26 communities.