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8 Warning Signs Your Child Could Be Using Drugs

Warning Signs Your Child Could Be Using Drugs

Has your child’s behavior made you concerned that they might be using substances? These 8 warning signs can help you determine if your child is using drugs.

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3 Encouraging Ways to Teach Your Child about Giving

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Teaching your child about giving provides developmental benefits and can also be a very fun process. Here are 3 ways to encourage your child to give back!

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The Perfect Adoptive Family: Lily’s Story

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Lily is a teenager who had been in foster care for some time and needed a forever family to adopt her. Now, Lily is a very loved teen who has a supportive, loving family forever.

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How to Boost a Teen’s Confidence for a New School Year by Teaching Self-Care

Self-care is a great tool that youth can use as they look forward to a new school year. Learn more about how self-care can be a positive step to improve self-confidence as the school year approaches.

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Safe At Home West Virginia Program Inspires KVC’s Home. Hope. Heroes. Event

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Members of state agencies, national foundations, and community organizations will come together on June 2 at the charity event Home. Hope. Heroes, hosted by KVC West Virginia. Proceeds will benefit children and families across the state.

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