Great Circle - St. Louis School Program Featured on KMOV's "Great Day St. Louis
Great Circle’s self-injury treatment program partnership with SAFE ALTERNATIVES® was highlighted in the current issue of Alliance Magazine, a publication of Alliance for Children and Families, a membership organization whose members are dedicated to serving and advocating for children, families, older adults, and communities. Click here to read the article.
Missouri Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children Issues Final Report
The Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children released its final report to the Governor, General Assembly and State Board of Education on January 3. For the last year, the Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children has met and carefully studied the issue of child sexual abuse and how it can be prevented. The report is a blueprint for ending the epidemic of child sexual abuse. Missourian are encouraged to read the report and become part of the solution to ending child sexual abuse.
“The Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children's report provides a 'blue print for action' emphasizing seven areas to prevent abuse. Two of these areas are the importance of community based child abuse prevention and mental health services for children who have been victimized. Great Circle is committed to prevention and programs in these areas for action and looks forward to partnering with other community organizations, making Missouri a safe place for our children,” noted Vince Hillyer, president and CEO of Great Circle. Click here to read report
Great Circle is One of Five National Winners of $100,000 Grant for Strategic Planning Two-year grant will fund cutting-edge strategic planning transformation project
Great Circle (formerly Boys & Girls Town, Edgewood Children’s Center) only agency in Missouri to be selected
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (Dec. 12, 2012) — Great Circle, one of Missouri’s largest providers of behavioral healthcare for children, won a two-year $100,000 grant from the national organization, Alliance for Children and Families. The grant comes from the Alliance’s Strategy Counts program—a multi-year pilot project designed to enhance the social impact of nonprofit human service providers by increasing their focus on strategy and its effective deployment. The Alliance is a Milwaukee-based national nonprofit association with a member network of nearly 350 nonprofit, human serving organizations. (read more)
Your gift to Great Circle for programs and services for children may be eligible for a Missouri tax credit valued at 50% of your gift! Tax credits have been instrumental in helping our donors contribute to renovation of campuses and expanding critical programs for children and families. Opportunities are time limited so please call first to learn more. It is easy and our staff will guide you through the steps. For more information, click HERE.