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Insight Newsletter – June 2019

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...

Ridgefield Thrift Shop Gives $15,000 for TeenTalk

Kids In Crisis is thrilled to be first-time recipients of a grant from the Ridgefield Thrift Shop in Ridgefield Connecticut, in support of our crisis prevention program TeenTalk. The program has been highly valued at Ridgefield High School for many years, and with...

Kids In Crisis Receives Dalio Challenge Grant

In an effort to help Kids In Crisis scale their critical services to children, the Dalio Foundation is making a challenge grant of $150,000. The agency must raise matching funds of $150,000 by June 30, 2019. Kids In Crisis has been engaged in planning for its long...

Kids In Crisis Releases 2018 Annual Report

Kids In Crisis recently released their annual report for their 2018 fiscal year. The report introduces a brand new logo and look, and commemorates 40 years of service to more than 148,000 children and families. Kids In Crisis promises to always be there to respond to...

Tantrums, Toys & Traditions; Managing Holiday Stress

We all know the holidays can sometimes be more stressful than joyful. Kid’s excitability can sometimes lead to parent’s anxiety.  Here are four helpful tips from Kids In Crisis to help you manage holiday stress: 1. Re-do your To-do When you make your holiday “to do”...

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