New York Moves To Eliminate Language in State Law Labeling Youth ‘Incorrigible’
Before she became America’s First Lady of Song, Ella Fitzgerald was a New York City teen deemed “ungovernable,” and sent up the Hudson River to a racially segregated group home for “incorrigible” girls, where she was barred from singing in the choir.
Center for Youth Wellness: Central to Broader Battle Against Child Trauma
San Francisco’s Bayview district is best known for its gun violence, drugs, pollution and poverty, and not much else. But a community health clinic’s radical approach to healing children may change all that by turning the impoverished neighborhood into an epicenter for trauma-informed care.