Redwood Teen Challenge, Trinidad

Wayne Maples Plumbing & Heating and MapleService supports Redwood Teen Challenge.  

Redwood Teen Challenge is a faith based drug and alcohol recovery program.  With a success rate of over 70%, it is arguably the most successful recovery program today.  The Teen Challenge men and women spend 1 year in the program.  Teen Challenge is funded by the men and women doing various projects for hire that include painting, yard maintenance, clean up, etc.  Other funding is from charitable donations.  The men and women spend time each day in bible classes, learning about a truly changed life and lifestyle.  Now, Redwood Teen Challenge is building the first treatment facility specifically for Northern California Tribal members in Trinidad, CA.  

Our plumbers from Wayne Maples Plumbing & Heating and MapleService have donated all the plumbing labor and material for the new facility.  We believe in Teen Challenge and are witness to their successful program.

On May 17th, 2013, Redwood Teen Challenge thanked the Maples crew for all their hard work by serving breakfast and singing a song.

Submitted By Dale Maples, Owner

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“Check to be sure your Humboldt or Sonoma County plumber is licensed with the California State License Board (CSLB).  It’s equally important to hire a licensed contractor with the classifications relevant to your needs.  Insurance companies will be sure to inquire of the contractor’s license number should a claim be filed due to work performed by a contractor. The insurance provider will also check to be sure the classification(s) are appropriate for the work performed.  At MapleService our license numbers are 767710 for Humboldt County and 917663 for Sonoma County, and has 4 classifications.  MapleService license classifications for Humboldt and Sonoma  County include C36 for plumbing, C4 for boilers/water heating, and C20 for Heating ventilation & AC.  Each MapleService license also includes an “A” designation for general engineering.  The “A” classification is required for extensive trenching/excavation.  Each classification has been earned through extensive work experience, training and testing."   For more information visit www.cslb.ca.gov

Submitted by Dale Maples, co-owner

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