Donate Your Junk

Have items you want to get rid of and want to put them to good use? Thank you for thinking of us! We DO accept donations!

We accept the following items:

*Glass items (such as dishes, bottles, mirrors, etc)

*Wooden objects (tables, chairs, night stands, dressers, etc.)

*Electronics (such as flat screen TVs, computer towers, stereos etc)

WE DO NOT ACCEPT the following items:

*Tube TVs or projection TVs

*Washers or dishwashers

*Refrigerators or Vacuums

*Microwaves or items with  light bulbs

*Mattresses or couches

Other prohibited items may not be listed (feel free to email info@smashtherapyllc.com for clarification)

If you are donating in bulk (20 large items or more) We do pick ups! (in the spring area and close surrounding areas). For items not in bulk, feel free to drop items off at Smash Therapy either during or outside of Business hours. (there is a fence outside designated for donations).

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We'll Bring your Break to you!

Perfect for 20+ people

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Our e-waste is proudly recycled through Etronix recycling!

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Texas PC Recycling recycles electronic's last life with us before recycled again for re-use

October is National Bullying Prevention  Month
 

1. More than half of people under 25 have experienced bullying at some point.

2. 20% of people surveyed, said that they often experienced verbal bullying.

3. 24% of young people are worried about getting abuse online

4. People with a physical disability, are unfortunately more likely to experience bullying than a person without a physical disability. #NotCool

5. 5% of people surveyed, said that they constantly experienced physical bullying.

6. Social exclusion is a form of bullying. That means, when your mates leave you out on purpose to hurt your feelings, they are indirectly bullying you.

7. More than a third of people go on to develop Social Anxiety and Depression as a direct result of bullying.

8. Almost a quarter of those who have been bullied have had suicidal thoughts. 

9. Guys are more likely to bully someone than anyone else.

10.  Those who bully are far more likely to have experienced stressful and traumatic situations in recent times.

11. Of those who bullied daily, 58% had experienced the death of a relative.

12. Bullying is not an identity, it is a learned behavior

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