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COVID-19 & “Great Resignation” Illuminate Need for Improved, Intentional Wellness Programs in Child Welfare

COVID-19 has not just affected people’s health; it’s affected their finances, mental health and more, such as illuminating “all kinds of reasons to change direction” in their careers. The International Labor…

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10 Indigenous-Owned Brands You Can Support!

Due to the history & culture of Indigenous communities, sustainability is often rooted within their business models, but unfortunately, Indigenous-owned businesses don’t always get the resources and recognition deserved. Make…

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ASCI’s New Driver Simulation Program for All Youth

Here at A Second Chance, Inc., we take pride in our young drivers and youth who desire to get their driver’s license and ensure the safety of those around them….

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Mental Health Resources Available for All

No matter your background, mental health and personal crises can touch any of us at any point. When you’re going through this, it can be easy to turn inward and not…

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Black Girl Back Talk Hosts Clean-Eating Session

What’s eating us and what are we eating?  What is troubling us, grinding down on our last nerves, gnawing away at our emotions? Why do we bite off more than we…

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Indigenous Peoples Day: Children’s Books Written by Indigenous Authors

Indigenous peoples have unique relationships with the land on which they have lived for generations. National Indigenous Peoples Day, celebrated on October 11, is a holiday that commemorates the original…

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The Education Law Center’s 2021 Back-to-School Guide

The Education Law Center (ELC) has updated its annual Back-to-School Guide with publications on various education topics to help families, students, and child-serving professionals. Please see the ELC website for a full-featured version of…

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Easy Ways to Celebrate National Child Health Day

National Child Health Day is meant to empower children to make better choices that will have a positive impact on their health. They are the future of today and helping…

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Child Welfare Legislative Updates: September 14-September 21, 2021

Please review the following child welfare legislative updates pertinent to children and families from September 14-September 21, 2021. These bills and other important legislation can be tracked at GovTrack.us. Health S. Res. 362—Sen….

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8 Awesome Ways to Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

From September 15 to October 15, the U.S. celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month. This month-long celebration is a great time to teach kids about the histories and traditions behind these…

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