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8.8.16
The trauma that children and youth in foster care experience is a serious issue which deserves not only our attention but our concerted action to eliminate it. A recent article in the San Jose Mercury News (SJMN) suggests that Hillsides and a consulting psychiatrist contributed to this trauma after psychotropic medication was prescribed to a former resident who was discharged from our care eight years ago. The article insinuates a pattern of unnecessary use of psychotropic medication.
7.15.16
Hillsides has received $20,000 through the Los Angeles Times Family Fund, a McCormick Foundation Fund. The grant will support Hillsides children's library and the Reading Rocks program.  The Hillsides library creates a supportive, engaging environment for the 185 children who live and attend school on Hillsides campus each year.  It offers an array of learning activities, including visits by local authors and musicians, arts and crafts, and reading groups.
7.8.16
Youth participating in Hillsides Youth Moving On (YMO) program will now be better connected to the community through the generosity of the following donors: All Saints Church Pasadena, the Charitable Foundation, Lon V. Smith Foundation, Employees Charity Organization of Northrop Grumman, and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California. The charities funded a new eight-passenger van that will support the many community-based services YMO provides for its clients.
7.6.16
The boards of directors of Hillsides and Bienvenidos announced the creation of a parent-subsidiary relationship as of June 30. Both Hillsides and Bienvenidos will retain their individual names with Bienvenidos becoming the subsidiary and an affiliate of Hillsides.
6.29.16
(PASADENA, CA, JUNE 29, 2016) Some 80 guests enjoyed an evening of fine food and drink while supporting Hillsides at a beautiful private estate in Pasadena on June 26 during the foster care charity’s Seventh Annual H100 Farm to Table Dinner.  Attendees were treated to innovative and local farm-fresh cocktails and fare prepared by local chef Claud Beltran and raised money to provide youth who live in Hillsides off-campus therapeutic group homes with summertime activities and field trips.

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Family Resource Centers offer numerous community-based programs and services that provide parenting classes, mental health support, and additional crucial resources for vulnerable children and families throughout Los Angeles County, including the San Gabriel Valley and Pasadena. >
Residential Treatment Services provide a safe and stable environment where children and youths, who cannot live at home, suffered trauma, or have severe emotional or behavioral challenges, can thrive. >
Education Center, a therapeutic residential and day school, offers individualized education for students with social-emotional, learning and/or behavior challenges for children in kindergarten through 12th grade. >
Youth Moving On, with support from The Everychild Foundation, provides former foster youth affordable quality housing and numerous support services to help them become responsible, self-sufficient adults. >

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