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10.21.20
LOS ANGELES, October 21, 2020 – Hillsides and its affiliate Bienvenidos are launching a major new social media campaign, #CreateLastingChange, to recruit dozens of new resource families who can help foster children who have been displaced by the pandemic. Hillsides is seeking to identify up to 50 new potential resource families (formerly known as foster families) to provide a home for children in foster care from newborns to teenagers on a temporary or long-term basis as part of our home-based family care program.
7.10.20
LOS ANGELES, June 25, 2020 – Hillsides has received $100,000 in grant funds from the Office of the California Surgeon General (CA-OSG) and the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) to participate in the state’s ACEs Aware initiative. Hillsides will be conducting peer-to-peer learning to promote the ACEs Aware initiative among the Medi-Cal provider community in the Los Angeles region.
6.24.20
LOS ANGELES, June 25, 2020 – The Hillsides Board of Directors today announced that Hillsides’ Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President Stacey Roth has been tapped to succeed President and CEO Joe Costa, who is retiring from Hillsides next year after more than 10 years in the role. Roth will assume the role of CEO on July 1 and take on the President role in January, at which point Costa will become President and CEO Emeritus until his retirement in late June 2021.
5.19.20
Becoming an adult and transitioning out of the security of a residential care program or foster care is a daunting challenge for many of the youth we serve. Now imagine you’re just getting started in your new life as an adult and your job is yanked away from you due to the COVID-19 crisis and you’re looking ahead to a frightening and uncertain future where too many things are out of your control.
5.12.20
LOS ANGELES, May 11, 2020 – Hillsides has been awarded a $15,000 grant from the Pasadena Community Foundation to purchase food, groceries, and basic supplies for foster and transitional-aged youth as part of its COVID-19 Response Fund. Hillsides was one of 26 local nonprofits who received support from the Pasadena Community Foundation, which awarded a total of $372,000 in grants to local community-based organizations serving families and individuals experiencing extreme hardship from the economic, social, and physical impact of the COVID-19 crisis.

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Family Resource Centers offer numerous community-based programs and services that provide parenting classes, mental health support, and additional crucial resources for vulnerable children and families throughout Los Angeles County, including the San Gabriel Valley and Pasadena. >
Residential Treatment Services provide a safe and stable environment where children and youths, who cannot live at home, suffered trauma, or have severe emotional or behavioral challenges, can thrive. >
Education Center, a therapeutic residential and day school, offers individualized education for students with social-emotional, learning and/or behavior challenges for children in kindergarten through 12th grade. >
Youth Moving On, with support from The Everychild Foundation, provides former foster youth affordable quality housing and numerous support services to help them become responsible, self-sufficient adults. >

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