In The Press
Counsler Gabrielle Scott from Family and Childrens Services holds Chance the puppy dog as camper Dean Badders of Fallston gives him a hug during the body safety session at the Havre de Grace Police Safety Camp at the Havre de Grace Community Center Wednesday. [button size=”medium” style=”primary” text=”View Article” link=”http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/harford/aegis/ph-hdg-police-safety-camp-2017-pg-20170719-photogallery.html” target=””]
On Thursday, May 18, Family and Children’s Services CEO F.T. Burden joined FOX45’s Patrice Sanders to preview Family Zoo Day.
A controversial Netflix series is causing school districts across the country, and in Maryland, to warn parents about the risks of teen suicide. [button size=”medium” style=”primary” text=”Watch Video” link=”http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2017/04/28/13-reasons-why-teen-suicide/” target=””]
A Baltimore County woman has been arrested after police say she was seen in a video beating two of her children in an attempt to get her husband’s attention. Rachel Marie Pietro, 26, has been charged with two counts of second-degree assault and second-degree child abuse. She is being held without bail. [button size=”medium” style=”primary” text=”Watch Video” link=”http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2017/03/21/mother-seen-in-viral-video-beating-2-children-arrested/” target=””]
On Tuesday, February 28, Kelley Rainey, FCS Director of Domestic Violence Services, appeared on WBAL News Now with Bryan Nehman to discuss the growing number of domestic violence victims who are either teens or young adults. [button size=”medium” style=”primary” text=”Listen” link=”https://soundcloud.com/user-949500234/fcss-kelley-rainey-talks-teen-dating-violence-on-wbal-radio” target=””]
The photographs in the “Portrait of Care” exhibit at the Liriodendron Gallery include one of Bernard Redd, 68, a client at the Children and Family Services Medical Adult Day Care Program at Harford Community College. (Photo Courtesy of Irna Jay) Every person has a story to tell; some have more opportunity to share theirs than others do. Sometimes the elderly get overlooked for a variety of reasons, but a local photographer is giving the public a chance to get to know a handful of Harford County residents who are also clients at the Medical Adult Day Care at Harford Community College. [button size=”medium” style=”primary” text=”Read Full Article” link=”http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/harford/aegis/ph-ag-liriodendron-gallery-0208-20170207-story.html” target=””]