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Five Tips for a Smoother Summer

Five Tips for a Smoother Summer

School’s out, and Summer can sometimes be stressful for parents and kids alike. Here are a few tips to help get you through, smiling!

Insight Newsletter – June 2019

EFFECTING POSITIVE CHANGE by Shari L. Shapiro, Executive Director While our Safe Haven shelter continues to be the only shelter in Connecticut that accepts children from 0 - 18 who are facing crisis, we also know that helping families navigate challenges before they...

Apple. Tree.

By Denise Qualey & Tracey BlackmanKids In Crisis Children by nature watch and mimic their parents’ behaviors, beliefs and attitudes.    Health conscious parents take pride in modeling good nutrition and exercise for their kids.  In doing so, their kids are more likely...

Lighthouse Seeking Volunteer Facilitators

Great news!  Lighthouse is expanding, and adding meetings in more locations in Fairfield County.  We are seeking committed, adult volunteers to facilitate.  Lighthouse is a welcoming, inclusive and safe space where lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender and questioning...

Stamford KIC IT Triathlon Set for Sunday, June 23rd

Kids In Crisis will host its 12th and final triathlon of the Stamford KIC IT Race Series on Sunday, June 23rd at Cummings Park in Stamford.  Stamford KIC IT Races raise awareness and much needed funds for Kids In Crisis’ free emergency shelter and 24-hour crisis...


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