In May 2022, PEI Kids was asked to provide an educational presentation for the Early Childhood Advisory Council (Trenton Public Schools) to educate its members on Erin’s Law and responsibilities of educators under the law. The full meeting was recorded; PEI Kid’s presenter, Rebecca Thompson, begins at ##;## in the recording.
Information, Resources & Service Providers This page provides information that may be useful for those assisting young people who are dealing with a mental health challenge or crisis. This page was developed to complement the teen Mental Health First Aid training and provide an easy point of reference for youth seeking to help themselves, a […]
For ways to celebrate this profound leader… Visit the link for activities you can do at home as a family: https://camp.com/articles/ways-to-celebrate-martin-luther-king-jr-day-at-home Check out these live events in our area — Dr Martin Luther King Jr Day: Community Bagel Breakfast +Art-Making Monday, January 17, 2022; 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM | 609 -924 -8777 Arts Council […]
Continued from newsletter… It was only a few minutes into our meeting that we had the “eureka” moment… realizing that together we could offer meaningful and specialized support to help the entire family unit heal from the trauma of violent crime. For PEI Kids, the VICTORY program was an incredible opportunity for partnership. CAYV Case […]
Continued from newsletter… In addition to dedicated programming, PEI Kids provides supportive services like court preparation and accompaniment to help children testify against their offenders during litigation. We provide U-visa support for nonresident children who are crime victims. Congress created this non-immigrant visa in 2000 with passage of the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection […]