ChildSavers in the News

NBC: Experts say Biles’ Olympic withdrawal could help normalize topic of mental health care

CBS6: Program provides relief to parents looking for affordable daycare

CBS6: After losing her father, doctor helps children deal with loss amid COVID

NBC12: Child Savers launches group therapy for teens, increases access to school-based clinicians.

Richmond Family Magazine: Virginians Urged to Access Child Care Subsidy Program Before July 31

Yahoo!News: How a Richmond nonprofit is breaking barriers to mental health access among youth

CBS6: How a Richmond nonprofit is breaking barriers to mental health access among youth

Richmond Times-Dispatch: There’s a child care crisis in Virginia. Here’s what’s being done about it.

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Letter to the Editor – Mental health visits increase for children

WFXR: ChildSavers hosts seminar to navigate pandemic mental health challenges

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Families reel from a month of gun violence that killed students, neighbors and friends

NBC12: 2 RPS students injured in South Richmond shooting

Richmond Free Press: Free virtual series on preparing for reopening

Yahoo!News: How ChildSavers continues to offer mental health services amid pandemic

Richmond Times-Dispatch: The pandemic’s invisible toll

WRIC: Virginia First Lady visits Chester YMCA for child care supply drive

Richmond Times-Dispatch: ChildSavers and Christmas Mother Team Up To Assure Kids Christmas

Montgomery Advertiser: Montgomery children exposed to violence to get help from district attorney’s new program

NBC12: Richmond police officer saves woman who tried to set herself on fire

Richmond Free Press: RPS expands mental health services for students through ChildSavers

Virginia Currents: ChildSavers helps children & families impacted by trauma

VPM: RPS Extends Mental Health Services Through CARES Act

PBS Virginia Currents: How Systemic Racism Impacts Childhood Trauma

RVAHub: ChildSavers expands school-based therapist program with Richmond Public Schools

NBC12: Youth therapy program expands to more schools in Richmond

Richmond Family Magazine: Communicating Through Play

Richmond Free Press: Personality – Judith ‘Judy’ W. Pahren

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Reconciliation L. Robert Bolling, Kristin Lennox and Tracie Charlene Lewis Manning column: Racial trauma and our community

VPM: The Impact of Racism on Trauma

NBC12: Need for child trauma services rises following rash of violence

CBS6: Daycares in Central Virginia report dire futures due to COVID-19, survey says

NBC12: Childsavers accepting new patients for mental health services

Richmond Times-Dispatch: L. Robert Bolling column – The impact of pandemic-induced trauma on our children

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Lohmann – Getting through the pandemic, Richmond nonprofit serving children finds a bridge with ‘telehealth’

CBS6 – Virginia This Morning: Communicating with your children through the art of play

Rob Desir with CBS6: How Central Virginia children can get mental health help during COVID-19

Richmond Times Dispatch: Getting to Know Nell Nutaitis with ChildSavers

CBS6: ChildSavers Crisis Hotline Available for Immediate Intervention

Virginia Public Media: Tips to Helping Kids Adjust to “New Normal” of COVID-19 Pandemic

Richmond Free Press: ChildSavers Offers 24-hour Immediate Response Hotline

RVAHub: ChildSavers Transitions To Telehealth, Offering 24/7 Immediate Response Line for Families

Police, faith leaders organize RESET walk after violence

Richmond Diocese plans Mass of Atonement to pray for abuse victims

Touch a Truck

Mental health experts: Do yourself a favor and turn off the TV

Child Development Services Program Coordinator, LaTasha Smith writes on the Five Important Questions You Should Ask When Choosing Child Care in Richmond Family Magazine

CEO, L. Robert Bolling’s Op Ed in Richmond Times Dispatch, “Bridging difficult times with community conversations”

Mental Health Program Manager, John Richardson-Lauve’s article in Richmond Family Magazine, “Keys to Children’s Mental Health.”

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