STRESSED BRAINS CAN'T LEARN:
PAPER TIGERS, A DOCUMENTARY FILM BY JAMES REDFORD ON TRAUMA-INFORMED EDUCATION, TO SCREEN AT ROBINSON THEATER COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER
 
What: Screening of Paper Tigers followed by a panel discussion.
Where: Robinson Theater Community Arts Center
When: Thursday November 19, 2015
9:00am - 12:3opm                                                       
RSVP:Please RSVP to reserve your seat.
Email RSVP to Anne Buzzelli, Abuzzelli@grscan.com by Nov 9, 2015.
Admission: No Cost
 
Greater Richmond SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) in partnership with The Jenkins Foundation is pleased to announce a screening of Paper Tigers, a film that captures the pain, danger, beauty and hopes of struggling teens-and the teachers armed with new science and fresh approaches that are changing lives for the better.

Paper Tigers follows a year in the life of an alternative high school in Walla Walla, WA, that has radically changed its approach to disciplining its students, and in the process has become a promising model for how to break the cycles of poverty, violence and disease that affect families.

Click here to learn more.

 

Join us at the Shops at 5807 on
for an evening of fabulous shopping with a
portion of the proceeds benefiting SCAN.
 
With over 20 great shops under one roof, you will be sure to find that perfect
gift while supporting a great cause!

Get Ready to Grow For the Kids!
 
The Richmond chapter of Mustaches for KidsŪ (M4K Richmond) are kicking off their annual mustache growing fundraiser. What began as a somewhat bizarre and humorous fundraising concept has grown into an active 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization with over 120 annual growers raising $100,000 in 2014 and more than $350,000 cumulatively since 2003.
 
SCAN has been a benefiting organization for the last 4 years with over $85,000 donated to SCAN during that time.
 
The 2015 Growing Season kicks off on November 4th at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery and extends through December 4th. During the four-week Growing Season, each Grower sprouts mustaches. Per the bylaws they shave their faces except for the mustache a minimum of one time per week and solicit donations from friends, family, co-workers, and people in the community. Please consider participating and supporting this great organization!

You can support SCAN's own Development Director, David LeFebvre as he grows for the kids!  
Click here to see his page.


Schedule of Events 
Wednesday 11/4/2015 - Kickoff - Hardywood Park Craft Brewery @ 5pm-8pm

Friday 12/4/2015 - 2015 M4K Richmond 'Stache Bash - Hardywood Park Craft Brewery @ 6pm-9pm
 
If you would like more information on participating or sponsoring please visit www.m4krichmond.org or email m4krichmond@gmail.com.

Thank you for your support of  SCAN's 8th Annual Race to Protect Children

Over $13,000 was raised during the Race to Protect Children held at Stony Point Fashion Park on
October 17th.
With your support, SCAN will continue to heal more children and strengthen more families in our community. Thank you again for joining our efforts to keep children safe.

Click here for pictures from the event!   
Thank You!

Robins Foundation
Cameron Foundation
HandsOn DIY Volunteers
Thompson, Siegel & Walmsley LLC

 

Save the Date!

    

Blue & White Ball  

March 5, 2016

Saturday April 30, 2016

 

 

For more information, please contact Kristen

Read at kread@grscan.com or
804-257-7226 x106. 

 

SCAN-IT
Vol. 58,  October 2015
Amy Small Joins Family Support Program

As the Clinical Supervisor for the Family Support Program, Amy Small, LPC provides clinical supervision for the Parent and Children's Group Facilitators throughout the 20 week treatment and education groups for caregivers and children. "We help support the group facilitators as they lead the Parenting and Children's Groups to make sure they run a healthy and safe group."

SCAN's Family Support Program (FSP) provides treatment and education groups for families who have experienced, or are at high risk of experiencing child abuse or neglect. The Program enhances parenting skills, builds social networks, increases knowledge of child development, and makes parents aware of valuable community resources.

"The Family Support Program helps parents find their own path, while giving them more nurturing, concrete parenting skills they can use," Amy said. "We are currently developing a new curriculum within FSP, with more focus on being trauma informed." Having experience with trauma and its importance on the cycle of abuse, Amy is eager to help implement this new curriculum. The Children's Group curriculum offers activities that help children cope with their experiences and develop positive relationships with peers and adults. SCAN provides a consistent and structured environment that fosters healthy development.

Read More.

Click here to learn more about the Family Support Program.
 
 
During fiscal year 2014-2015, ending on June 30, SCAN served 1,110 children. Your support, volunteerism, and advocacy have made this possible. SCAN is also fortunate to have a dedicated and highly qualified staff who worked to reach these children and families in our community to create change in the lives of children today and for generations to come. Thank you to everyone who played a role in this important, life-changing work.
Some highlights from SCAN's programs:

The Child Advocacy Center served 620 children and 28 caregivers by improving the investigation, treatment and prosecution of cases of sexual and severe physical child abuse.
 
The Circle Preschool Program provided high quality education and intensive mental health treatment to 14 children and 20 caregivers who had experienced trauma from abuse, neglect and exposure to domestic violence.
 
Richmond CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)helped 289 children in the Richmond City Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court find safe, permanent homes.
 
The Family Support Program provided treatment and education groups to 334 adults and 187 children, many of whom were involved in cases of abuse or neglect or at risk of experiencing abuse or neglect.
 
The Families Are Magic (FAM) Prevention Program reached 1,333 adults through its public awareness and outreach efforts.
Thank you for joining us for a night of fashion and fun at Franco's Fashion Night Out!

Franco's Fashion Night Out raised over $15,000 to help support SCAN's mission to protect children within our community.

Thank you for your support! 
 
SCAN Greeting Cards


These fun greeting cards are available with a suggested donation of $10 to SCAN.
Pack of 8 blank cards (2 of each), with envelopes.

Contact Kristen Read to order yours!
kread@grscan.com
Giving Through United Way
 
When you join a United Way campaign, you have the opportunity to choose how your contribution is spent-you can have your gift distributed for you or you can give your gift to a specific organization. SCAN is eligible to receive donor designations through the United Way campaigns. Our campaign codes are as follows:
  • United Way Campaign: #3343 (please also list SCAN)
  • Combined Federal Campaign (CFC): #82607
  • Local Government & Schools (LGS): #166
  • Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC): #3646
 

Abes for Babes is a grassroots campaign that is focused on engaging the community in the fight against child abuse and neglect with the simple mind set;

"Have a penny? Help a child."

SCAN is working with local businesses, schools and other organizations to collect pennies in support of SCAN's services.
 
You can join by having a collection jar in your office, business, church, home or other locations. SCAN staff and volunteers will collect and count all pennies.

If you would like to receive a jar to start collecting, please contact David at
dlefebvre@grscan.com or 804-257-7226 x103.
 
 
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