Families Connected Partner Districts and Schools each have their own customized Families Connected youth wellness webpages that provide their parent community with information about the youth wellness resources that they personally provide, as well as connect parents with the full array of resources on the Families Connected website, and events provided by SBFC. Hermosa Beach City School District 2 schools. Torrance Unified School District 31 schools. American Martyrs Catholic School K-8th grade.
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While sympathy and prayers are a good start to supporting families of a sick child, a Madison teen is going a step further to help kids her age who are struck by cancer. Alexandra Minutillo, a freshman at Daniel Hand High School and the founder of Smiles for Smilow , has pulled together a grassroots campaign to support kids with cancer, ages 10 to As she gets older, Alexandra realizes how devastating and life-changing cancer can be. With this thought in mind, she set out to see what she — a kid herself- could do to help somehow. Beales shared that when kids go through surgery, they get to choose something from a prize closet.
While the groundbreaking was purely ceremonial — with actual work slated to start in the coming weeks — it was an emotional moment for Executive Director Jeannette Archer-Simons. The 19,square-foot facility at 2 Merritt Place — dubbed the Smilow SoNo Life Center — will be used for medical, mental health, outpatient addiction treatment and job training services, as well as 16 units of supportive housing apartments for people in need. Last week the shelter received the largest donation to the project from philanthropist Joel Smilow. Plans for the facility have been in the works for several years as the shelter worked for the city to come up with the appropriate use for the former factory building. Evonne Klein , DOH commissioner, recalled standing at the site of the abandoned building a year ago, talking about what the former mouse trap factory could be.