Furry Friends On Campus: Meet Our Dogs
What helps make a house a home? For many it is the love of a canine companion. At Crossnore this rings true for so many of our kids and staff. [...]
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Engaging our Survival Brain
I spend a significant amount of my working hours on our aerial adventure park or our Aerial Teams Course (ATC), exploring and guiding people through personal and group experiential programs. [...]
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Does It Fit? What FFPSA means for the Child Welfare System.
The Family First Prevention Services Act otherwise known as FFPSA or “Families First” was signed on February 9, 2018.  Many organizations and individuals have assessed FFPSA as one of the [...]
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Love Multiplied: An Adoption Story
Being a police officer and a social worker, Rob and Kristen Martin are no strangers to serving others. Rob has been on the police force for 12 years, and Kristen [...]
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Five Reasons to Open Your Home to a Teenager
Perhaps the title of this blog should have been more inviting, like “Free Chocolate and Hugs." That might have been a bit more appealing than a headline containing one of [...]
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Changing Lives through Day Treatment Services
Crossnore’s Day Treatment program does amazing work. Passionate, all-in staff members make up the program. And they are committed to doing whatever it takes to walk them to success. The [...]
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