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Domestic Violence - Part 2: The Effect of Domestic Violence on Children

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It is estimated that at least 10 – 20% of American children are exposed to domestic violence in their homes. The effects on children vary widely. Some children are very resilient and continue to function in relatively healthy ways. But many children suffer from long-term effects. DV1014

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Children's Aid Supports Juvenile Justice Programs

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Safe Spaces: Children's Aid Provides New York Youth's Places to Play And Develop Important Skills

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What Everyone Should Know About Domestic Violence

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This is the first in a series of blogs on domestic violence and healthy relationships, being initiated in honor of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Check back weekly for upcoming blogs on The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children, Why People Abuse and Why Victims Stay, and other topics. 

Business of Giving: Community Schools Mean Real Innovation

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If President Obama’s Office of Social Innovation gets the $50 million he’s requested to help fund non-profit agencies, I’ve got a suggestion for how to best spend that money: Tackle the hardest problems first.

What are the hardest problems? As someone who's spent the last 40 years working with disadvantaged children, two top my list: teen pregnancy and public education.

The United Kingdom Takes A Cue From The Children's Aid Society's Community School Model

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Children's Aid Receives Ninth 4-Star Rating from Charity Navigator!

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Special Needs Call for Special Children's Aid Foster Care Programs

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The Children's Aid Society has been serving medically fragile children in our Medical Foster Care Program since 1988. Over the years this Medical Foster Care Program has successfully provided an alternative to institutional care, giving children a chance to grow up as other children do, in loving families.

Teen Pregnancy Prevention - A Holistic Approach with Promise

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