Free Summer Kids Kit Give-A-Way

On May 25th-26th, take 15 minutes to complete an Ages & Stages Questionnaire for your child (ages 0-5) and you will receive a FREE summer Kids Kit!* Click here to complete the Questionnaire! Kit includes: ~Neon Chalk game ~Puzzle ball ~Activity pad assortment ~Inflatable beach ball ~Rainbow slime ~Watercolors + activity ~Pom-poms & tongs activity ~Novelty toy ~Kids book Each […]

Read more

Legislative Wrap Up

Each year VCR co-sponsors a Legislative Wrap Up as part of our advocacy efforts. Keeping up with the legislative session can be difficult, but you don’t have to do it alone. Join us on Friday, June 7th for this annual event-to hear how children and families fared this year. We are looking forward to discussion on how the session went, […]

Read more

STLCANN Quarterly Training Recap-March 2019

How can we best assure the safety of children? A packed room explored the cultural and organizational shift that is part of the Signs of Safety Framework during the March 15th STLCANN quarterly training. The Children’s Division and partner agencies are using the Signs of Safety approach to ensure children’s safety while more effectively engaging parents. The framework’s roots are […]

Read more

St. Louis Board of Alderman Watch Party

Join VCR for a St. Louis Board of Alderman Presidential Primary Candidate Forum Watch Party. Take this opportunity to better learn what each candidate is focused on, and which candidates are looking out for our children. The forum is being hosted by SPEAC: The Social Policy and Electoral Accountability Collaborative, which VCR is part of. Click here to view the […]

Read more

VCR December News: Featuring STLCANN Training

Perhaps the best holiday gift for those who work with children and families who have experienced trauma is to explore ways to care for oneself.┬áThe St. Louis Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Network (STLCANN) provided an opportunity to do this at the December training presented by Regina Whittington, LCSW and Mary Mogg, MSW. The workshop explored concepts of stress, trauma […]

Read more