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    Chris Cox, president of CEO of Hoyleton Ministries, talks about the nonprofit organization's recent move to Fairview Heights to be closer to the children and families it serves. Hoyleton offers a variety of services including residential facilities for children with developmental disabilities, pregnancy prevention programs, foster care and a Latino ministry.

Chris Cox, president of CEO of Hoyleton Ministries, talks about the nonprofit organization's recent move to Fairview Heights to be closer to the children and families it serves. Hoyleton offers a variety of services including residential facilities for children with developmental disabilities, pregnancy prevention programs, foster care and a Latino ministry. Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com
Chris Cox, president of CEO of Hoyleton Ministries, talks about the nonprofit organization's recent move to Fairview Heights to be closer to the children and families it serves. Hoyleton offers a variety of services including residential facilities for children with developmental disabilities, pregnancy prevention programs, foster care and a Latino ministry. Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com

Nonprofit hopes to create more partnerships with move to Fairview Heights

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UPDATED May 24, 2016 03:14 PM

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