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We know how to help young kids cope with the trauma of the last year — but will we do it?
THE HECHINGER REPORT
ON OCTOBER 25, 2021
Some organizations are finding ways to provide mental health support to kids and their caregivers simultaneously. In Los Angeles, the mental health nonprofit Westside Infant-Family Network (WIN), which operates out of an office building on the edge of Baldwin Hills, has long provided free weekly in-home therapy….


CAN Team Member In The Hawthrone City News
HAWTHORNE COMMUNITY TELEVISION ON SEPTEMBER 24, 2021

Our Community Ambassador Member, Kevin Pizarro, was featured at the City Clerk’s Food Drive. Our team, along with Hawthorne staff and volunteers, handed out fresh produce and dry food to residents. This food drive had been held over the last several months and served over 300 families.


Our Democracy Needs Investors to Fund Nonprofit Collaborations
THE FULCRUM ON FEBRUARY 4, 2021

As the nation faces what President Biden calls the “cascading crises of our era” — massive job losses, complications of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout, entrenched racial disparities, and domestic terrorism — it becomes obvious that no single sector has the capacity to address all these issues….


“How To Process A Scary Day For The Nation With Your Kids”
LAIST ON JANUARY 6, 2021

Confusion, unrest, fear, uncertainty — create your own word cloud of uncomfortable feelings generated by the insurrectionist siege on our nation’s Capitol and then try and process them with your family….


WIN | The Women Excel Project 2020
CREATIVE VISIONS ON NOVEMBER 2020

WIN provides early childhood mental health therapy and comprehensive support services to families with young children struggling with generations of trauma, abuse, and neglect.


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