What It Means for Crossnore to be a Christian Organization
An old man once told me to never talk about religion or politics. He said they both are loaded topics. Regardless of what you say, you are going to upset [...]
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Making a Difference: Kim’s Story
Although Kim Barnhardt’s volunteer name badge only states her name, there’s a joke around here that it should really say “Volunteer Queen.” After retiring from 18 years of nursing, Kim [...]
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A Day in the Life of a Cottage Parent
Being a cottage parent may very well be the hardest and the most fun job at Crossnore. Cottage Parents make up a larger percentage of our staff than any other [...]
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Racial Disproportionality in Child Welfare
Let me admit something, right up front. Writing for this blog topic has been difficult. Not because of the topic, but because how to you fit 200+ years of inequality [...]
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Back to School with Our Day Treatment Program
Almost two weeks into the new school year in Winston-Salem, and we are so thankful to have our students in person. Like so many, our Day Treatment students have experienced [...]
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Back to School at Williams Academy
Williams Academy, Crossnore's charter school on our Avery campus, started back to school on August 5th. It has been an exciting start to the year. It's widely known that Williams [...]
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