NEWS-LEDGER — JAN 7, 2015 By Cherie Schroeder Yolo County Foster Kinship Care Program Local families are needed for local foster children, newborns through transitional age youth. Winter can be harsh on children and families. During the month of November and into early December there was a definite up-swing in the number of children Yolo […]
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — Find out how to become an advocate for an abused or neglected child in foster care. Check out CASA by visiting www.yolocasa.org, emailing email@example.com or calling (530) 661-4200. Training for new volunteers begins Aug. 21. Copyright News-Ledger 2013
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — June 19, 2013 — West Sacramentans are invited to learn more about becoming a foster parent. “Most people have a false impression of foster children,” reported Cherie Schroeder of the Foster & Kinship Care Education Program at Woodland Community College. “They are kids who at no fault of their own are […]
FROM THE WEST SACRAMENTO NEWS-LEDGER — Every year, over a hundred children in Yolo County need foster homes to shelter them from abuse or neglect. Learn more about what it takes to be a foster parent. Attend a free session from 6-8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 29, at the local library, 1212 Merkley Avenue. For […]
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — Interested in learning more about becoming a foster parent? Attend a free introductory workshop from 6:30-9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 3, at Woodland Community College, Room 727. For information, call (530) 574-1964 or visit www.yolofostercare.com. Spanish-speakers may call Marcia, 956-9299.
NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 14, 2012 — From the City of West Sacramento The City of West Sacramento is opening a new preschool and childcare center this month. It’s called “Learning Ladder,” and it’s inside the West Sacramento Community Center. Learning Ladder will focus on childcare and preschool education, with competitive prices and scholarships offered. Learning […]
NEWS-LEDGER — FEB 22, 2012 — GUEST COMMENTARY From the Woodland Community College Foster & Kinship Care Education Program It was a recipe for success. Begin with a great cause, mix in dozens of volunteers, over 60 delicious homemade soups and a silent auction. Next, open the doors to the public for about four hours […]