In California, Canyon Acres Embraces a New Future | Child Abuse
Canyon Acres Children and Family Services, a Southern California nonprofit that reportedly provides homes, care, treatment and supportive services for abused, neglected and emotionally troubled children and their families, today reportedly announced a merger with Kinship Center and Seneca Center, two respected California child and family nonprofits. As "Seneca Family of Agencies," the three organizations will bring comprehensive services to children and families in Orange County and statewide.
Canyon Acres, Kinship Center and Seneca Center have reportedly known and trusted each other and worked together for 20 years. Founded in 1985, Seneca Center for Children and Families is a leading innovator in the field of community, school, and family-based service options for severely emotionally troubled children and their families. Since 1984, Kinship Center has helped build and strengthen families for thousands of children through family-centered education, training, and tools for success in dealing with the complex issues surrounding adoption, foster care, and kinship care.
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