Guadalupe Coordinator Helps Family
August 21, 2011
Author: Ashley Hillman
In early 2011, one of the mothers involved with the Guadalupe CLC was dealing with depression as a result of her husband leaving the family. Her child, a 1st grade student at Guadalupe, was confused and also dealing with depression. The CLC coordinator referred the 1st grader to the school counselor and connected his mother to another parent involved with the school to hold build a parent-to-parent support system. This is one example of how pieces can come together in the CLC at Guadalupe by providing services and support for children and the entire family.
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