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Blog Archive: May 2020

2020 Census: A Simple Way to Help End Child Poverty

This blog was originally published by COUNT ALL KIDS, which can be found on its website here. Child poverty is a growing problem in America, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic that…

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Katie Francis, LCSW at ChildSavers in Richmond, Virginia

Tele-mental health in Virginia: Addressing children’s mental health needs during COVID-19

Necessity is often the mother of invention. Since the onset of COVID-19, mental health providers across Virginia have been forced to rethink how they deliver treatment to those children and…

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Survey for Parents and Caregivers of Children Ages 0 to 13 years old

Help advocates, community organizations, and government leaders better understand what help families need to feel stable and secure. Please take 3-5 minutes to share your thoughts.  THANK YOU! WE RECEIVED…

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Resilience Week: Southside Trauma-Informed Community Network

The Beyond ACES: Impact of Race, Culture, and Poverty Summit was led by the Virginia Department of Health’s Crater Health District (CHD) with support from many partners, including those involved…

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Resilience Week: Winchester Area Trauma-Informed Community Network

Currently, all communities face unprecedented times, and in the Winchester Area, this is no different. As a newly formed trauma-informed community network, network leader and Councilwoman Tina Culbreath-Stevens leads the…

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Resilience Week: Hampton Roads Trauma-Informed Community Network

The Hampton Roads Trauma-Informed Community Network (HRTICN) is one of over 20+ community networks championing resilience in their community during this time. These networks raise awareness, conduct trainings, create and…

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