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JusticeWorks Community Updates

JusticeWorks Butler Independent Living: Celebrating a Heartwarming Tour at the Butler Regional Airport

                                                                        On July 12, 2024, a truly remarkable event organized by JusticeWorks YouthCare Independent Living Program in Butler County, PA occurred. The Butler Regional Airport recently hosted a tour for the youth from JusticeWorks' Independent Living Program, and the feedback has been phenomenal. The event was highlighted in an email from Kim Geyer, Butler County Commissioner, who shared her enthusiasm about the tour with Charlie Johns, CYS Administrator. Commissioner Geyer praised the young people, noting their engagement,...

Commitment and Dedication in Action

Last month we witnessed a remarkable display of dedication and teamwork as two separate families needed a Crisis Rapid Response (CRR) plan. Thanks to the tireless efforts of Eva Gallegos and Cindy Vajda, both families were able to develop a plan ensuring the safety and well-being of their children. Eva and Cindy worked diligently to locate family members, striving to prevent the children from entering foster care. In both cases, their efforts led to the identification of out-of-state kinship placements. Without a moment's hesitation, Eva volunteered to drive three children to Florida to...

A message of praise sent to Theresa and her team!

Theresa Fonalledas, Program Director of Pike & Wayne Counties, received an email of appreciation from Michele, Program Specialist of Pike County Children and Youth: Hi Theresa, I had a couple meetings yesterday where I spent a vast majority of the time singing both yours and your staffs praises for the thorough updates and fabulous communication that I feel you guys provide to myself and everyone at the agency. I am impressed that I am remembered to be included on the emails sent, that everyone responds so quickly to any questions that I have, and that they continue to put in the time...

Embracing Juneteenth: A Message of Freedom and Equality from Our President/CEO

President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, declaring all slaves to be freed, in January, 1863.  It took the ending of the Civil War, in April 1865 for this to become truly the law of the land.  Even at that, the distances and communication challenges meant that there remained territories which did not know, or honor, the Emancipation Proclamation. It took 2,000 Federal troops arriving in Galveston, Texas on June 19th, 1865 to effectuate the freeing of 250,000 African Americans. The legislation making Juneteenth a National Holiday happened only a few years ago, in part...

JusticeWorks BehavioralCare Provides BabyNet Services in South Carolina!

  President/CEO, Dan Heit: I'm very happy to announce that we have been accepted as a provider of BabyNet services in South Carolina! BabyNet is an in-home support service provided to infants from birth to 3 years old who exhibit physical, cognitive or verbal developmental delays. Many of these precious babies will end up being diagnosed on the autism spectrum. Our plan is to offer this important service on a statewide basis. We will be hiring a number of BabyNet specialists to implement this program.  The job description will be re-posted shortly, please watch for it. Dipesh and...

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