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RECAP- 2019 Campaign for a Trauma-Informed Virginia’s Unified Policy Agenda

Dear Advocates,  As we prepare for the Campaign for a Trauma-Informed Virginia’s Unified Policy Agenda advocacy, we want to highlight what we have accomplished thus far with your tireless support!…

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How to Connect with Your Legislator

Elected officials work to turn ideas into laws; they spend a great deal of their time identifying problems faced by their constituents to create solutions. Remember, legislators are everyday people…

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Prep Your Talking Points! Schedule Your Appt. NOW

Are you excited for the 2020 General Assembly Session? We want you to feel and be prepared to uplift the voices of Virginia’s children. In order to do so, we…

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Advocacy Toolkit- Prepare to Advocate!

We are gearing up for the 2020 General Assembly Session and want YOU to be prepared to make your voice heard! Here is your “Advocacy Toolkit” so you can be…

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Strong Financial Futures Foster Resiliency in Kids

Children are particularly vulnerable when parents are unable to meet the basic needs of their family. Families with access to strong financial futures and self-sufficiency are able to increase positive…

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Navigating the Policy Path as a Voices Intern

Guest author — Voices intern Hannah Adams This summer I was given the incredible opportunity to work alongside the talented staff at Voices in order to learn more about the…

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Take Action Now! Use Voices 2019 Election Guide

Voices for Virginia’s Children champions public policies that improve the lives of kids across the Commonwealth. We are nonprofit, nonpartisan, and data-informed. In November 2019, all 140 seats in the…

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Guest Blog: The Beyond ACEs Summit – The Impact of Race, Culture, and Poverty

Guest Author: Brian Little, Crater Health District Special Projects Coordinator We are #MovingBeyondACES. The Beyond ACES: Impact of Race, Culture, and Poverty Summit, led by the Virginia Department of Health’s…

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A staffer’s take on the intersection of race, trauma, and the summit

Voices for Virginia’s Children held The Virginia Summit on Childhood Trauma and Resilience on April 25, 2019. The Summit featured an array of workshops, including The Intersection of Racial Inequity…

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The Family and Children’s Trust Fund Supports a #TraumaInformedVA

The Family and Children’s Trust Fund (FACT) was a Voices’ partner for The Virginia Summit on Childhood Trauma and Resilience. FACT is a current financial supporter of two TICNs in…

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