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In a perfect world, every child would be nurtured by a loving family, attend a challenging and exciting school and live in a supportive community. But the sad reality is that not every child has these opportunities. The Children’s Aid Society helps children in poverty to succeed and thrive.  We have been serving children for more than 150 years, a longevity that testifies to our ability to adapt to the changing needs of today's youth.

Congratulations to the 24th Adult Family Life/Sex Ed Graduating Class

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Children’s Aid Uses Reliable Data to Better Serve Children

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In today’s information economy, reliable data is invaluable to good decision making. We look to nutrition facts on our food packaging to help us make healthy eating choices; trust newspapers to keep us up-to-date on current events; and utilize resources like the Better Business Bureau to help us find reputable services.

Children’s Aid Prepares Youth for the Changing Job Market

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Children’s Aid Hosts Sesame Street Workshop on The Economic Crisis

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Children’s Aid Helps To Build Stable Homes and Stable Families

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Garden of Dreams Foundation Presents Hero Award to Michael Roberts of The Children’Aid Society

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Heroes are often thought of as mythical creatures, those who are endowed with supernatural powers who nobly fight against all odds for the safety and betterment of the world.

Children's Aid's Carrera Program Featured on NPR

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Children’s Aid Helping ALL Members of the Family

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