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Charlene Visconti Named New Director of Homemaker Services for The Children’s Aid Society

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The Children’s Aid Society is pleased to announce the appointment of Charlene Visconti as Director of Homemaker Services.

Helping Families Heal: The Children’s Aid Society’s Domestic Violence Services

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The family is the corner stone of our society. More than any other force it shapes the attitude, the hopes, the ambitions, and the values of the child. And when the family collapses it is the children that are usually damaged.When it happens on a massive scale the community itself is crippled. So, unless we work to strengthen the family, to create conditions under which most parents will stay together, all the rest — schools, playgrounds, and public assistance, and private concern — will never be enough.

These Kids Have Common Cents!

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Helping Families Heal: The Children’s Aid Society’s Domestic Violence Services

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Fixing Foster Care

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Children’s Aid Parents Graduate from Pepin Leadership Institute

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More Than Art

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Children’s Aid Youth Councils Overcome Obstacles and Celebrate the End of the School Year

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Children’s Aid’s David Giordano Receives Community Award

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Children’s Aid Panthers Win Rawl Cup!

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The Children’s Aid Society Panthers, a girls basketball team based at the Frederick Douglass Center in Harlem, emerged victorious at the 2010 Rawl Cup. The Panthers defeated a Texas all-star team for the championship in the 14 and under division.

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