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Central Mesa Medical Chiropractor Dr. Scott Miritello to Hold 18th Annual Holiday Toy Drive

Dr. Scott Miritello, of Central Mesa Medical, is holding his 18th annual holiday toy drive to benefit the Child Crisis Center. Patients donate toys in exchange for free or discounted chiropractic services. Canned goods and monetary contributions are also accepted. All donations go directly to the Child Crisis Center, which works to prevent child abuse and neglect.


Contact: Scott Miritello, Central Mesa Medical, 480-962-0868,


MESA, Arizona, Nov. 24 /Standard Newswire/ -- Doctors Scott Miritello, D.C. and Jeff LaVoy, M.D., of Central Mesa Medical, are once again holding their annual toy drive for the Child Crisis Center. Now in its 25th year of working to prevent neglect and child abuse, The Child Crisis Center's emergency shelters and other programs have helped over 11,400 children escape abusive homes.

The mission and purpose of the Child Crisis Center is to prevent child abuse by educating families, offering support and intervention when needed. The center provides a safe environment for children of abuse and neglect to heal and grow; raises community awareness about the problem of child abuse; and attempts to set the standard for similar organizations and shelters to follow.


Every holiday season for the past 18 years, Dr. Scott Miritello, in conjunction with Dr. Jeff LaVoy, has held a toy and food drive to benefit the Child Crisis Center. Patients bring in canned goods, new toys or monetary donations in exchange for free or reduced-price services at Central Mesa Medical. The drive has been met with great enthusiasm in the past and Dr. Scott Miritello hopes it will be a success once again this year.


Photo: Dr. Scott Miritello's


The donations collected by Central Mesa Medical go directly towards helping children who have been neglected or abused. The Child Crisis Center provides emergency shelter for children of abuse, and the toys help comfort them in this distressing and confusing time. Canned goods supplement the emergency shelter's pantry, as well as those of families in need. Monetary donations help provide counseling and family assistance programs.


Central Mesa Medical prides itself on being a part of the community and offering specialized care. Helping children through the Child Crisis Center is just another aspect of Dr. Scott Miritello's and Dr. Jeff LaVoy's ties to the community. Every year they happily provide free and reduced chriopractic and medical services for the benefit of others.


Central Mesa Medical offers chiropractic care, accupuncture, exercise rehabilitation and general medecine for the whole family. Dr. Scott Miritello has been serving the Mesa, Arizona area for over 20 years. The generosity of Dr. Scott Miritello does not go unnoticed, as the Child Crisis Center proudly lists Linda & Scott Miritello, D.C., P.C. on its list of recognized donors.


As a grassroots organization, the Child Crisis Center relies on donations and charitable contributions from individuals and businesses like Dr. Scott Miritello and Central Mesa Medical. Their network of donors affords them the opportunity to help Arizona's children and families in need.


Donations are accepted year round at the Child Crisis Center, or from now until Christmas through Scott Miritello at Central Mesa Medical. For more information on the Child Crisis Center and its work, visit Child Crisis Center or call 480-969-2308. To learn more about Dr. Scott Miritello and Central Mesa Medical's charitable work, visit Central Mesa Medical or call 480-962-0868.