At Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School in Hartford, seventh-grade students are working to live up to every bit of the school’s name through a new program initiative. And it all started with the question, “What would you like to change?”
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The Village for Families & Children distributed nearly 1,500 children’s books to local students and their families today, to help provide extra reading opportunities and aid pandemic learning loss.
The Village Awarded Behavioral Healthcare and Human Services Accreditation From the Joint Commission
The Village for Families & Children has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Behavioral Healthcare and Human Services Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards.
The VITA program offers free tax assistance to Connecticut residents with low income, who struggle with English, who are senior citizens or who have a disability.
To celebrate its three-year anniversary, the Shop is hosting a big sale this week—shoppers will enjoy 30% off new and high-quality, gently used men’s and women’s clothing, accessories and household goods.
AN AVON COUPLE has raised big-time funds for a significant holiday program sponsored by The Village for Families & Children.
The Village’s largest fundraiser of the year, the 2021 Virtual Girl Within Event raised more than $150,000 to support Village programs that help women and girls in Greater Hartford who have been affected by trauma to heal and become resilient, confident and independent.
A new Hartford Public Schools program will open several school buildings on Saturdays to give students extra time for academic support and social-learning activities like sports, arts and cooking.
Trauma-informed and sport-infused therapy training enables additional programs and services to address the ongoing mental health crisis.