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  1. April Newsletter

    #OURSTORY Working to make a difference in the community.    Sarah is a school teacher and mother of two whom for many years sustained physical, emotional and verbal abuse by her husband.  Embarrassed and frightened, she kept the abuse hidden from family and friends until her husband began abusing their three children.  After a severe…

  2. March Newsletter

    #OURSTORY Working to make a difference in the community.    Mr. and Mrs. Clark have lived in Seminole County for over thirty years and were enjoying their retirement when their eldest daughter, a single mother, began having some mental health problems. These issues prevented their daughter from caring for her two young children, Brian and Emma. The…

  3. February Newsletter

    #OURSTORY Working to make a difference in the community.              Dani has big dreams, but as a child in foster care, she was getting lost in the public school system.  Dani was accepted to our new Endless Dreams Legal Advocacy Project.  A Legal Aid attorney advocated for Dani and was able to get a…

  4. Light of Hope Ceremony

    Sunday, April 2, 2017 – Ceremony to recognize those in our community who provide a voice for abused children during National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Ceremony being held at Cranes Roost Park, Altamonte Springs, Florida from 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm. For more details: click on Light of Hope Flyer

  5. 2017 Seminole County Public School ESSS Transition Fair

    Saturday, April 1, 2017: Seminole County Public School ESSS is hosting a Transition Fair The Transition Fair is for families of ESE students in grades 6 – 12 who want information about a PATH to support their child while in school. The resources provided at this Fair will help families and students plan their FUTURE…