More than one hundred people came together on June 3 for a forum that examined how children and their families fared in the 2015 legislative session.
It’s a wrap! Legislative session nets gains for children and their families, losses and future challenges
Please join us for a special forum reviewing the 2015 Missouri Legislature’s actions impacting children
Mark your calendar for Wednesday, June 3, from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. for “The 2015 Missouri Legislature and Children.”
In a letter to the editor, Ruth Ehresman discusses proposed cuts to social services in Missouri and the impact of those cuts on both the recipients of the services and workers employed by state social service agencies.
VCR Director Rich Patton gave a presentation on the state of child well-being in the St. Louis area to a recent meeting of the Ferguson Commission. The slides illustrate the wide disparities in child well-being across the region, along with VCR’s overall view of the issue and the strategic approach that should be taken to address it. See his slides.
Over 400 people from across the state participated in Child Advocacy Day on April 1. Participants chose workshops in the morning to hone their advocacy skills, marched to the Capitol for a rally and award ceremony. Then advocates stormed the offices of their Representatives and Senators.