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  • SoC April Newsletter - WMRSD is Resilient
    SAU # 36 and the System of Care Office host Resilience Event at the Rialto Theatre with great response! 

     

  • SoC March Newsletter
    The System of Care office in cooperation with the Office of Student Wellness at the NH Department and the White Mountains Regional High School will be hosting a FREE screening of the documentary "Resilience, The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope" on Wednesday, March 28th at the Rialto Theater, 80 Main Street in Lancaster. Doors will open at 6:00 pm, light snacks will be served and a panel discussion will follow film. Seating is first come, first serve. Please join us for this landmark film where trailblazers in pediatrics, education, and social welfare use cutting-edge science and field-tested therapies to protect children from the insidious effects of Early Childhood Traumas and the resulting toxic stress and the dark legacy of a childhood no child would choose.
  • SoC A Resource Guide for New Hampshire Relative Caregivers
    Relative care families are everywhere. More than six million children across the country—that is approximately  one in 12—are living in households headed by grandparents or other relatives who have stepped forward to care for them because parents were either unable or unwilling to raise them. 
  • SoC January Newsletter
    It Really Does Take a Village
    Laying the groundwork the System of Care F.A.S.T Forward 2020 Grant is two-fold. Click our SoC January Newsletter Grant to learn more. 


  • SoC December Newsletter
    Are you supposed to clear your mind, or focus on one thing? Here's the Mindful definition of Mindfulness...
  • SoC November Newsletter
    Why Wraparond? Wraparound is an approach with demonstrated effectiveness for children and youth with complex behavioral health challenges.
  • SoC October Newsletter
    How will the Systems of Care Grant (SoC) affect my Family/School/Child? 

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