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AIKW 19 – Mothers Against Drunk Driving – MADD

Interview with Meghan Carter, State Executive Director, and Meagan Bowers, Program Specialist Office: (314)426-1595 National Help Line: (877)MADD-HELP (877)275-6233 The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes, and prevent underage drinking.

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AIKW 18 – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri

Interview with Kate Dopuch, Chief Program PurposeTo ensure that children grow up with love, hope, and opportunity. How We ServeOur work is straightforward and dynamic. Our approach is unique in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America federation of over 300 affiliates. Today, our agency supports each young person, ages 5-25. What We DoOur…

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AIKW 17 – Kids In The Middle – Divorce Counseling & Resources

Kids In The Middle Interview with Katy Walter, Chief Program Officer Instagram: @kidsinthemiddle_stl (314)909-9922 (ask to speak to a clinical coordinator) Mission Kids In The Middle empowers children, parents and families during and after divorce through counseling, education and support. Promise KIds In The Middle promises healthier futures for children of divorced families. Kids…

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AIKW 16 – Children’s Service Fund

Interview with Emily Koenig, Executive Director www.keepingkidsfirst.orgBehavioral Health Response (BHR) Hotline Numbers(314)628-2929, orText 4HLP to 31658 Starting in 2005 and continuing over the next couple of years, many communities across Missouri experienced reduced funding in mental health and substance use treatment services for children and youth due to budget cuts at the state and federal…

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AIKW 15 – Mentor Program of St. Louis County Court

The St. Louis County Circuit Court has recognized the value and need for positive role model interaction with adolescents who are under the Court’s supervision. By becoming a Mentor, you can help a young person make a successful transition into adulthood. A Mentor is an adult, (21 years of age or older) who is willing…

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AIKW 14 – Clark-Fox Family Foundation

Samantha Stangl, Programs Manager Founded in 2004, the Clark-Fox Family Foundation supports the growth and prosperity of the St. Louis metropolitan region through research, program development and investments in PK-12, higher education, public health, immigration, social justice and racial equity, community leadership, and entrepreneurship. The Foundation prioritizes programs and investments that empower…

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AIKW 13 – Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis (CASGSL)

LISTENER DISCRETION ADVISED due to language regarding reproductive body part identification and discussions about trauma and abuse. Linda McQuary, MSW, Assistant Director •University of Missouri-St. Louis, South Campus 314-516-6798 (GPS Coordinates: 38.7038498,-90.3079441) •Kirkwood 314-516-8300 •West Pine 314-516-4088 Giving Children Voices. Helping Families Heal. Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis (CASGSL) is a University-based, multidisciplinary…

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AIKW 12 – MERS Goodwill

Goodwill strives to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals and families by helping people reach their full potential through education, skills training and the power of work. Esther Williams, Assistant Vice President, discusses adolescent programming and Mark Arens, Executive Vice President, discusses programs available to adults. MERS Goodwill 1727 Locust Street…

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AIKW 11 – St. Vincent Home for Children – Dr. Courtney Graves

St. Vincent Home for Children helps youth facing significant life challenges through love, security and therapeutic supports that enable them to improve their lives and the community. St. Vincent provides trauma groups, psycho-education, art therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and residential care services. Call St. Vincent Home for Children at (314)261-6011Visit their website at: www.saintvincenthome.orgDrop in…

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Episode 10 – STL County Juvenile Detention Center

St. Louis County Juvenile Detention Center Cheryl Campbell, Director Kellie Landaker, Assistant Director (314)615-4400 Hear about what it’s like inside the St. Louis County Juvenile Detention Center. The Detention Center provides for the safe and secure custody of juveniles alleged to have committed an offense that brings them within the jurisdiction of the Court.…

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