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Healing Provided on a Texas Ranch for Men and Boys Who Have Survived Sex Trafficking

9/21/2022

Healing Provided on a Texas Ranch for Men and Boys Who Have Survived Sex Trafficking

In Texas, a novel residential program provides young men who have survived sex trafficking with health care, legal help and animal therapy.

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7/25/2022

No More Loveless Households

After enduring abuse and neglect until the age of 16, Sky Lea Ross writes that nobody should have to wait so long to find a loving parent.

Foster Care Abused Me Because of My Autism

7/14/2022

I Was Treated as a Problem in Foster Care Because of my Autism

Nobody knew how to care for a teenager with autism. Instead of trying to communicate with me, I was just labeled a problem, writes Nia Dyer.

How to Break Past Trauma of Foster Care

7/5/2022

How to Break Past Trauma

A world without foster care would not have so many children growing up with self-doubt like myself, writes Ashley Calderon.

After Experiencing Abuse, Safety Can Become a Contradiction

6/16/2022

After Experiencing Abuse, Safety can Become a Contradiction

I feel safe when I am with those close to me. But, the comfort they provide is fleeting because I am constantly on guard, writes Luna Busch.

Rochester Child Psychiatrist Works with Community Groups to Heal Patients After They Leave the Hospital

5/26/2022

Rochester Child Psychiatrist Works with Community Groups to Heal Young Patients Wounded by Violence

In Rochester, child psychiatrist Michael Scharf is part of a team addressing the trauma of youth violence, and how to prevent it.

    Should Social Workers Interview Children Separated from their Parents? Debate in Minnesota Continues

    5/24/2022

    Should Social Workers Interview Children Separated from their Parents? Debate in Minnesota Continues

    A new provision in Minnesota emphasizes the need for private interviews of children in the most serious cases of maltreatment — but not every case.

    5/12/2022

    Following Landmark Report on Indian Boarding Schools, Survivors Call on Congress for Broader Inquiry

    After findings about the damage caused by government-run Indian boarding schools, former students want more investigation into the matter.

    The U.S. Government Releases Landmark Investigation Into the Brutal Legacy of Indian Boarding Schools

    5/11/2022

    The U.S. Government Releases Landmark Investigation Into the Brutal Legacy of Indian Boarding Schools

    The Department of Interior released a 102-page report on the devastation and cruelty imposed on Indigenous communities through Indian boarding schools.