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Hundreds of families will have access to domestic violence support services in Washington Heights, East Harlem and Central Harlem as The Children’s Aid Society expands its innovative Family Wellness Program.

With the school year over and the arrival of warmer weather, New York City students’ thoughts are turning to the months of summer.

On May 17, 2009, Ana Bermúdez, Children’s Aid’s Director of Juvenile Justice Programs, was named one of New York’s Mujeres Destacadas by the Spanish-language newspaper El Diario.

Knowing which fork to use can be a challenge for anyone. On the evening of May 26, about 30 teens ages 16 to 18 dined at Gran Piatto d’Oro, an elegant new Italian restaurant in Harlem, and showed off their business dining etiquette skills while networking with volunteers from the corporate world.

Elected officials and community organizers speak passionately about the ongoing deportations of undocumented immigrants and the ensuing havoc this wreaks on families and children.

Members of the Children, Schools and Families Select Committee of the UK Parliament visited I.S. 218 on May 13.

Fourteen teens from community schools and centers across The Children's Aid Society visited City Hall on April 30th at the invitation of New York City Deputy Mayor for Education and Community Development Dennis Walcott.

Children’s Aid’s East Harlem Center’s Keystone Club were honored with a total of four awards for their inspiring activities at the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s National Keystone Conference in Atlanta.

Over 1,000 joyous visitors to the Salomé Ureña de Henríquez Campus in Washington Heights to see performances by students at nine Children’s Aid community schools, designed to co-celebrate African American and Dominican Heritage.

A vocal group of 20 students, parents and staff from four of Children’s Aid’s community schools - Mirabal Sisters Campus and P.S. 8 in Washington Heights and I.S. 98 and C.S. 61 in the Bronx - participated in this year’s After-School Advocacy Day in Albany on February 24th.