Project Safe Home: A Pathway to Resilience
Awareness of the prevalence of commercial sexual exploitation (CSE), otherwise known as sex trafficking, is growing across the United States. Sex trafficking is “the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, obtaining, patronizing [...]
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Resilience is My Gain
In 1985, Dr. Vincent Felitti wanted to know why his obesity clinic had a 50% dropout rate, and when he looked closely, those that were leaving were actually losing weight. [...]
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National Child Abuse Prevention Month
April has arrived and brought with her longer days, warmer weather, showers that will hopefully bring flowers, and Atlanta Braves baseball. These gifts often outshine one of the lesser known [...]
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Beyond Rejection, There is Hope
Like a lot of kids these days, when I was a teen (way back when), I longed to be accepted. Oftentimes doing or saying things that were out of character [...]
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Staff Spotlight: Yvette Floyd
Yvette Floyd was born and raised in Winston-Salem and joined Crossnore as a Cottage Parent four years ago. She now serves as an Assistant Residential Director on our Winston campus.
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Learning to H.A.L.T during the Pandemic
Early 2020 we probably didn’t know what the word “Pandemic” even meant. For that matter, I don’t think I’d ever used the words “unprecedented” or “Zoom”, or said the phrase [...]
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