EAC Network’s best-interest child advocacy took another step forward recently when Suffolk Family Court Judge Chris Ann Kelley administered the oath of service to new Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers who successfully completed a rigorous 30-hour training program. This more than doubles the Suffolk program size!
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Another Girl Scout Troop brought “sweet cases” to the CAC this week! Troop 2525 was represented by Troop Leader Angela who dropped off an additional donation of duffel bags filled with goodies to make our children feel a little better during their time of crisis. Thank you, Troop 2525!
Every kid deserves to have someone in their corner. They all need a place to go and a little encouragement along the way. Through its many different children and youth programs, EAC Network, a social services agency that provides service across Long Island and throughout New York City, provides a…
It is a perfectly normal part of development for toddlers to believe that everything is “mine.” As children learn about themselves as individuals with characteristics that are both similar and different from others, a conflict arises. At this time, sharing is not a focus for them, as they are more concerned with their own desires.