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Chicago’s Choose to Change Program Serves as an Example of  Programs Helping Children Exposed to Trauma

Chicago’s Choose to Change Program Serves as an Example of Programs Helping Children Exposed to Trauma

  • 5/30/2019 11:37:00 AM
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Chicago, IL (May 30, 2019) -- Two representatives from Chicago’s Choose to Change (C2C) program shared their experiences with reporters during a news conference this week announcing new bipartisan legislation to increase support for children who have been exposed to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and trauma, such as witnessing violence, parental addiction, or abuse. The news conference was hosted by U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) and U.S. Representative Danny Davis (D-IL-07).Durbin ...
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Retirement Wishes and Gratitude to Lebanon PA Children and Youth Executive Director James Holtry

Retirement Wishes and Gratitude to Lebanon PA Children and Youth Executive Director James Holtry

  • 5/30/2019 9:10:00 AM
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YAP wishes a very happy retirement to Jim Holtry, one of our great Lebanon County PA partners and champion of community-based care, after nearly 40 years of service to youth and families. Since September 2000, as Executive Director or Lebanon County Children and Youth Services, Jim has worked to reduce the need for out-of-home placement for youth in Lebanon County and keeping families together through the development of a broad continuum of community-based services. Through his role in the Leban...
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Philly YAP Youth Attend "Keep Youth Free!" Art Exhibit

Philly YAP Youth Attend "Keep Youth Free!" Art Exhibit

  • 5/29/2019 3:25:00 PM
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Philadelphia YAP participants attended last night’s “Keep Youth Free!” Opening Reception at the Center for Architecture and Design. The event was hosted by First Degree Consulting, Village of Arts & Humanities, Juvenile Law Center, Performing Statistics and People’s Paper Co-op, whose co-founder Mark Strandquist uses art to advance justice reformThe three-day exhibit features art created by youth impacted by the justice system in Philadelphia, Richmond, VA and other c...
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Adams County Youth Advocate Programs thanks Eagle Riders for Supporting Gettysburg Autism Program

Adams County Youth Advocate Programs thanks Eagle Riders for Supporting Gettysburg Autism Program

  • 5/28/2019 11:21:00 AM
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The Gettysburg Eagle Riders Roll and Rock for Autism continues to bring donations to Adams County Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc. The organization expects with matching funds, donations from the May 11 event will raise about $10 thousand dollars to support its Gettysburg Autism programs.YAP’s Gettysburg Autism and Developmental Disabilities Services, Supports, Education and Training program provides intensive mentoring for individuals with autism while advocating for them and their fam...
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Innovative Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc. Group Gives New Hope  to Washington, D.C. Justice System Involved Girls and Young Women

Innovative Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc. Group Gives New Hope to Washington, D.C. Justice System Involved Girls and Young Women

  • 5/20/2019 3:59:00 PM
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Washington, DC (May 21, 2019) — Tearra Walker looks forward to Saturdays; not because it’s a day off, but because it’s a day when she is very much on. It’s when she combines her unique and courageous experiences as a spoken word artist, trained NASCAR technician and natural advocate to show others that they, too, can identify and realize their own talents.Tearra is the facilitator for a program offered exclusively to Washington DC girls and young women who have been involved in the youth j...
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