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