Category: Shari Shapiro

Community PRIDE shines in Greenwich.

Kids In Crisis is very grateful for our friends who contributed during PRIDE month to help us build healthy communities where children and families thrive through prevention, counseling, and crisis services available 24-hours every day.

A Journey to Fatherhood

Parenting isn’t always easy. Families all have their own journeys and stories to tell. For two gay men, the road to fatherhood was not without its hurdles, but the reward is everything they had hoped for.

Just Listen

In today’s high pressure, go-go-go society of cell phones, social media and instantaneous communication it can be a challenge to just sit and listen to someone. At Kids In Crisis, every day we see the power of what it means to really listen.

Write it Down

It’s estimated that 1 in 7 children today are living with at least one treatable mental health disorder. This could be anxiety, ADHD, depression. Many of these kids are not being diagnosed, let alone treated. Kids In Crisis works to help children like this, all day every day. One very simple yet incredibly effective method we’ve always relied on is journaling. Whether this is with our residents in our SafeHaven for Kids shelter, or through our TeenTalk and KidTalk programs in schools and in the community.
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