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Meet Our New MSW Intern!

As Safe Families for Children launches in King County, we will be bringing on a few new interns.   Nicole Aguilar already has great experience working with families, and as she begins her Masters in Social Work program at UW she officially becomes the first MSW intern for the growing Safe Families movement in Washington State.   200 more words

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More Than Shelter

On Maslow’s famous Hierarchy of Needs pyramid, shelter shows up near the foundation or most basic of human needs.  Imagine losing your housing and needing to figure out where to sleep tonight.   252 more words

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A Local Parent Talks About Safe Families

Safe Families Regional Coordinator Asha Bhaga interviews Abril Ward

Abril Ward was diagnosed with cancer in April. A mother of five children, Abril became too ill to work and her weekly chemotherapy treatments were wearing on her. 197 more words

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Interview with David Curry, CEO of Rescue Mission

Elliot: I’m here with David Curry, the CEO for Rescue Mission and we are going to spend a little time asking some questions, hearing from his perspective. 1,814 more words

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Royal Family Kids Camp

Royal Family Kids is a non-profit organization that provides mentorship and positive summer camp experiences to abused and neglected children.

This is the story that is read to the staff at Royal Family Kids Camp Bellingham: 474 more words

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Interview with Krista Linden, Founder and Executive Director of Step By Step

Leadership profile: To help share perspectives and highlight the good work of our partners, Safe Families interviews local leaders.  Here Elliot interviews Krista Linden, Founder and Executive Director of the Step by Step Program. 2,460 more words

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Networking

Networking 

It is my third week interning with Safe Families, and I have greatly enjoyed the experience so far. One of the things that has stood out to me the most is how much networking occurs between programs, agencies, and volunteers. 237 more words

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