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Why Two Organizations are Better As One

By Joseph M. Costa, Hillsides President and CEO Many of our regular funders ask how the affiliation with Bienvenidos has gone, given its significance for both organizations. Integration of two organizations is best-described as a work in progress, and that certainly is…

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Seven Expert Tips on How to Help a Family or Friend Experiencing Domestic Violence

Editor’s Note:  For those readers who recently watched the hit HBO series “Big Little Lies,” you may still be reeling from the shocking domestic violence scenes  that revealed that domestic violence can be present where it is least suspected.  Unfortunately…

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One Victory for Child Welfare but the Dysfunction Continues

During this last year, Congress entertained a piece of legislation called The Families First Prevention Services Act. This was an attempt to increase funding for much-needed prevention services for vulnerable children and families by shifting existing funds away from resources…

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Thank you for giving to our children, youth and families

As I have for several years, I head to the Northeast to spend Thanksgiving visiting with family and friends. On the night before I was leaving, I saw a convoy of SUVs make its way onto the campus. Volunteers from…

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Creating Bridges from Trauma to Happiness

At our recent donor recognition event, the Circle of Excellence dinner, the speaker, Dianne Dixon, was a very distinguished author, screen writer and one-time member of the Hillsides Board of Director who has been a voice for vulnerable children throughout…

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