OTCES Offers Fall Programming
Student created & led groups with licensed professional supervision: These groups are community based groups that have been created and will be led by 2nd year graduate students in the occupational therapy program at JMU.
Office on Children and Youth Grant Announcement
The office on Children and Youth is pleased to announce two 21st Century grants totaling $279,848.00 a year for the next three years to continue its Reading Road Show/Gus Bus program at Spotswood Elementary and Stone Spring Elementary Schools.
Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery Accreditation
Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery, Inc. is pleased to announce that is has been awarded a second consecutive three year accreditation from CARF International for its Community Services Coordination program. This three year accreditation extends...
Youth Igniting Change
During the week of June 15th, the Office on Children and Youth's Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program held their first youth camp, Youth Igniting Change: Breaking Gender Stereotypes.
Healthy Families Completes Self-Study For National Accreditation
Healthy Families Page and Shenandoah Counties recently submitted program self study and documentation materials to Healthy Families America as part of Healthy Families Virginia's application for national re-accreditation.
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