An Exciting Time at VCR

In the recent months, the VCR team has been very busy managing and growing three federal initiatives and two state initiatives all focused on the well-being of children. During this time, you may have found yourself asking, “what is happening over at VCR?” We’re glad you asked! We have been working hard as a team to build a strong foundation […]

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Seeking Website Design Proposals

VCR is seeking proposals from qualified vendors for the redesign and development of our website.  Vision for Children at Risk hopes for a redesigned website that utilizes a refreshed, contemporary design that provides our core audiences (with particular attention paid to community members and families) with an engaging, enjoyable user experience.  We hope for an elegantly designed website that clearly […]

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Upcoming Training

The St. Louis Child Abuse and Neglect Network (STLCANN) hosts quarterly trainings for child-serving professionals. On September 20th, the training will be Stewards of Children® created by Darkness to Light. This is an excellent training, and focuses on equipping adults to protect children. The training includes 5 Steps to Protecting Children: 5 Steps to Protecting Children 1. Learn the facts, […]

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Featured Parent and Leader

Mia Daugherty is one of the co-leaders of Village of Moms, which grew out of our Project LAUNCH Action in Neighborhoods work. We are so proud of the work Village of Moms is doing, and we are grateful to be able to support such strong leaders in our community. Read more about Mia, and the most recent Village of Mom’s […]

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Legislative Wrap Up 2019

Earlier this month, VCR, STLCANN, and Generate Health partnered together to offer the Annual Legislative Wrap Up. We heard from speakers including: Brian Colby with Missouri Budget Project, Craig Stevenson with Kids Win Missouri, and Jessica Seitz from Missouri KidsFirst. They shared many positives from this past legislative session, including: Increased home visiting funding with PAT and Children’s Division. Additional […]

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