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Winter Newsletter 2021

"About a month ago, I bought new plants and shrubs for the yard. I started gardening and about halfway through, I had to stop to run an errand. When I got back home, my son was in the yard, the planting was done and things looked better than I could have done them myself. I told him how beautiful it was and said that I knew cooking was his passion but did not know that gardening was too. I asked him where he learned how to do all of it. He said, "At Kinship Camp, they taught us how to garden and said that whenever we were feeling stressed or anxious it would help." After all of these years (he's 22 now), he still remembers the love and lessons of Kinship Center—this is why I am forever grateful to them." -Nicki Pasculli, Kinship Center adoptive mother and New Leadership Board Chair.

Read our newsletter to find out how our sensory therapy makes meaningful, lasting impacts on the children and youth we serve.

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The Jeff Davi Fund

To honor Jeff Davi’s leadership and dedication to Kinship Center, we established the Jeff Davi Fund. This fund will support our Central Coast foster care and adoption services in honor of Jeff’s passion for ensuring every child in our community is safe and in a loving and secure home.

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Mobile Crisis Response Team

Kinship Center announced it is launching Monterey County Mobile Crisis Response Team, a team of mental health professionals providing same-day crisis intervention to youth experiencing an immediate crisis. The program provides services to low-income and at-risk community members, as it is designed to help high-risk youth with Medi-Cal or no insurance. The hotline number is (831) 687-4379 and anyone in Monterey County can use this service.

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Families that were separated at the border have endured unfathomable trauma, the ramifications of which may be lifelong. In this moment, more than ever, we need your support. Seneca's Todo Por Mi Familia initiative connects thousands of families impacted by the Zero Tolerance Policy with free mental health services. Donate today to provide emergency relief to these families who need assistance to get back on their feet.

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