Charles Loring Brace

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

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The Children's Aid Society Helps New York's Newly Homeless Families

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Every year, waves of newly homeless families are put out onto New York’s streets. This last July The New York Times reported that due to the economic downturn, city officials expect a larger surge this year than ever before.

The Children's Aid Society Celebrates 75 years of Family Homemaker Program

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New York's Children's Aid Society Provides Solutions for Kids "Aging out" of Foster Care

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Orphan Train Heritage Still Lives Today

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The legacy of the famed Orphan Trains that began during the first days of the Children’s Aid Society in New York lives on today. An estimated 150,000 children took part in the Orphan Train Movement from 1854 to 1929, giving them new lives and a bright future by removing them from the poverty and danger of the city streets.

The Children's Aid Society in New York: A Pioneer and Still a Leader of Medical Treatment for Children

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New York's Children's Aid Society Fights Stress and Generations of Poverty

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Mentoring Self Esteem and Building Success in Life with The Children's Aid Society in New York

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Founder of The Children's Aid Society, Charles Loring Brace understood the Power of Education

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2009 Report: 15,000 Youth are Homeless in New York City: The Children's Aid Society's Housing Programs Fight Back!

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