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Housing Assistance Program for Victims (hotel stays/rental assistance/rental deposits/mortgage assistance)

From: Terra Marroquin, Family Violence Prevention Specialist, San Diego County District Attorney's Office Enclosed is an application for the XC Grant funded Victim Housing program, operated by South Bay Community Services (SBCS). It’s a simple three-page application that staff at your organization can complete with the client and fax or email to SBCS. No crime report is required. The survivor must have experienced victimization within the past 12 months to qualify. This housing program for...

From kidsdata.org: Troubling Data on Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth in California

Troubling Data on Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth in California January 8, 2019 The Kidsdata Issue Brief: Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth in California highlights findings from our latest data release on youth in schools. Disparities among youth based on sexual orientation are startling. Across many indicators of health and well being, lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) youth in California reported negative behaviors and consequences at about twice the rate of straight youth. Alcohol and drug...

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Our posts here show up in Google

Christy Heiskala
Hello All, Did you know that when you post something here, it shows up in a Google search? Is it possible to post a question that is not made public? I am asking because I posted a need for a therapist for a specific situation, I didn't mention any names or confidential information but I would have never posted somewhere I thought could be seen on Google. I thought it was only our members who had access to the post. Thank you!Read More...
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RAD Therapist in San Diego

Kerri Smith
Hi, I'm looking for a therapist that has experience with RAD and DSED. Our child is 8 and we are in need of help. I'd like to use her insurance which is Molina/Medi-Cal. If you know of anyone please let me know. Thank you!Read More...

Trauma Sensitive Schools Learning Community

Thought this might be of interest to our members who are in education! Are you ready to take a year-long journey to create a healthier school with a trauma-sensitive approach? Join schools from across the country to learn more about the National Council’s Trauma-Sensitive Schools Learning Community. Find out how it works, expectations and commitments and how this one-of-a-kind opportunity can benefit your school, district and students. Incorporating a trauma-sensitive approach in your school...Read More...
Last Reply By Jill Clarke · First Unread Post
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