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A Long and Winding Road Together

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Clockwise from upper left, Calif Green and his sons: Zaire, Ishmael, Calif Elijah and Isiah

Special Needs Forum Held for Children’s Aid Head Start Parents in East Harlem

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Thanksgiving Dinner Donated by Top Chefs and Generous Volunteers of Children’s Aid

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A Life Transformed by The Children’s Aid Society Programs

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Day of Giving with the Knicks

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Needing Proof, She Had Indeed Embraced a New Home

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund has recently featured this Children’s Aid story about Carmen Cruz, a native of Cuba, and how she received help replacing her original citizenship papers.  Below is an excerpt from the original article.

Opening Up a Crowded Home After a Sister’s Death

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund has recently featured this Children’s Aid story about a family opening up their crowded home after a sister’s death.  Below is an excerpt from the original article.

Domestic Violence-Part 4: How Can You Help

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If you know someone who you think is being abused by their spouse or partner, here's what you can do to help:

Domestic Violence - Part 3: The Warning Signs of Domestic Violence

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While every relationship is different, survivors of domestic violence have identified common characteristics and behaviors of abusive partners.  Knowing the warning signs can help you to avoid abusive relationships or identify abuse and get help for yourself or a friend/family member sooner.

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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