Children’s Trust Receives Twin County Community Foundation Grant

Children’s Trust Receives $7500 Grant From Twin County Community Foundation September 26, 2022 – Children’s Trust is proud to announce grant funding from Twin County Community Foundation to continue our work in that region of Virginia. The Twin County Community Foundation awards grants to eligible 501(c)3 organizations and local government entities to promote the health, education, and welfare of the…[Read More]

CAC Bedford Receives $10,000 Grant

Children’s Trust and Children’s Advocacy Center in Bedford has received a generous $10,000 grant from the Bedford Community Health Foundation. The Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) serves as a resource to law enforcement and social services as a safe and comfortable place to conduct forensic interviews of children who have been victims of child sexual, serious…[Read More]

Children First Announces RCPS Partnership for 2022-2023 School Year

Children’s Trust is proud to announce our partnership with Roanoke County Public Schools and Children First for the 2022-2023 school year!    Children First will be delivering Stewards of Children – a national child sexual abuse prevention training – to Roanoke County school personnel. This opportunity will enable Children’s Trust to educate more adults on…[Read More]

Children’s Trust Receives Funding to Support Roanoke Valley TICN Program

Children’s Trust will receive funding to support the position of our Trauma Informed Specialist to continue coordination, education and training through our Roanoke Valley Trauma Informed Network partners. From Roanoke Times: The Gun Violence Prevention Commission announced Monday that it had awarded $500,000 in grants to a variety of organizations to host activities intended to…[Read More]

Governor Youngkin Announces Foster Children Initiative

GOVERNOR YOUNGKIN CREATES TASK FORCE TO SAFELY HOUSE FOSTER CHILDREN April 1, 2022 – Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced Friday the launch of an initiative to create the “Safe and Sound Task Force.” According to a press release, the initiative will bring together government agencies, the Virginia League of Social Services Executives (VLSSE) and other community…[Read More]

VA Bill Proposes Public Health Approach to Juvenile Justice

    March 18, 2022 – The Virginia General Assembly has given bipartisan approval to a measure one advocate believes could lead to significant changes to the Commonwealth’s youth justice system. The bill outlined how management of the state’s juvenile justice system could transition from the Public Safety Secretary to the Health Secretary. Valerie Slater,…[Read More]