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East Harlem Head Start Hosts a Healthy Cooking Training for Neighborhood Home Visitors

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Children’s Aid Brings It Home for Families In Need

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The Children’s Aid Society 6th Annual Youth Speak Out

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Get Off the Couch and Into the Kitchen!

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If you haven’t made your personal resolution to better health yet, I’ve got a good idea for you: Cook. Preparing food in your own home with your own two hands is one of the healthiest steps you can take this year. You’ve surely heard of the saying “you are what you eat.” Well, when you cook for yourself, you know what you eat. And that’s more than halfway to health.

2010 Children’s Aid Youth Council “Make a Change” Conference

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Children’s Aid’s Teen Space; Foster Care ServicesTo Engage The Next Step

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Children's Aid Youth Councils Prepare for their Annual "Make A Change" Conference

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Report On School Absenteeism: Early Intervention Is Key To Academic Success

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Children’s Aid Nurses Donate Their Time in Haiti

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With a Front-Row View of Poverty, She Needed Help

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund recently featured this Children’s Aid story by Jennifer Mascia about Yolanda Clinkscales balancing a full-time job and motherhood and still needing help. Below is an excerpt from the original article:

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