I have spent my entire career working to find the best ways to help young people grow, heal and fulfill their dreams. Even as an 18-year-old on my first job as a residential counselor, I understood more was needed to help children with the most serious challenges succeed.
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We continue to be heartbroken by the loss of a child following a medical emergency that occurred at one of our campuses two weeks ago. We care about every young person that we help. We are saddened by this tragic event, and our thoughts continue to be with the child’s family during this difficult time.
We are deeply saddened by the loss of a child following a medical emergency that occurred at one of our campuses two weeks ago. We care about every young person that we help. We are heartbroken by this event, and our thoughts are with the child’s family in this difficult time.
Katie Dilly, Director of Development and Scott Manheimer, Regional Director joined the United Way Community Connections radio show in Nashua, NH to discuss our programs and services and our Holiday Heroes campaign.
Youth Villages today announced it is the recipient of a large donation from the Joey Logano Foundation to support young adults who age out of foster care and are now pursuing higher education.
We believe children are served best at home. While inpatient stays in facilities and hospitals are necessary for some young people experiencing a mental health challenge
If you think back to those years transitioning from school to adulthood, you know a lot of it wasn’t easy. Young people who age out of the foster care system often don’t have someone to help them on their path. One program looks to change that.
May has long been recognized as Foster Care Month. Nationwide, more than 390,000 kids need a foster family, and in Tennessee, more than 8,000 kids need foster homes with approximately 4,000 foster homes available.
The pandemic turned up the volume on children’s mental health needs. In this story, Oregon Public Broadcasting explores the crisis in Oregon.
The pandemic affected students on all levels. In this piece for Chalkbeat, writer Julian Shen-Berro explores how the pandemic influenced school completion.