Posts Tagged ‘Mental Health’

Growing Up in America 1/27/14

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the January 27th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Caroline Neary, Assistant Director of the Center for Social Measurement & Evaluation at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 5,061. Interview: Dr. Pedro Noguera, Peter...

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Growing Up in America 12/30/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn from CHILDREN AT RISK and guest host Brian Greene from the Houston Food Bank for the special New Year’s episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! They are joined by Dr. Rachel Kimbro, Jesse Tow, Dr. Claire Bocchini, and Jason Sabo as they make predictions about...

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Growing Up in America 3/4/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the March 4th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Assistant Director of CHILDREN AT RISK North Texas Michaela Bernacchio explains the significance of the number 85. Interview: Jason Sabo gives us a breakdown of what’s...

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Growing Up in America 1/14/13

Join guest hosts Megan Schneider and Anne Hierholzer from CHILDREN AT RISK for the January 14th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: CHILDREN AT RISK Data Analyst Jesse Tow explains the significance of the number 425. Interview: Dr. Bob Sanborn, President & CEO of CHILDREN AT RISK,...

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Growing Up in America 8/20/12

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the August 20th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Hot Topic: Discussing the comment made by Missouri Representative Todd Akin about “legitimate rape” not leading to pregnancy Data Head: CHILDREN AT RISK staff member Jesse Tow explains...

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Growing Up in America 8/6/12

Join guest hosts RJ Hazeltine-Shedd and Dawn Lew from CHILDREN AT RISK for the August 6th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Hot Topic: Discussing Ted Cruz’s victory over David Dewhurst in the primary with Jason Sabo Data Head: Annie Heinrich from CHILDREN AT RISK explaining the indicator 50.7%....

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Growing Up in America 7/16/12

Join Mandi Kimball and RJ Hazeltine-Shedd from CHILDREN AT RISK for the June 16th episode of the Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! This segment features Celeste Ross, Associate Vice President for Community Services at Presbyterian Children’s Homes & Services, Alejandra Posada, Houston’s Director of Education & Training at Mental Health...

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Growing Up in America 2/27/12

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the February 27th episode of the Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! This show features Rachel Kimbro, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Rice University, and Judge Jim Herrera, Associate Judge at the Juvenile Mental Health Docket in Dallas, TX!

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October 26: Children’s Law Symposium

Please join CHILDREN AT RISK and its partners for our annual Children’s Law Symposium. Hear legislators, judges, attorneys and other experts conduct an in-depth exploration of four issue areas affecting Texas’ children: Juvenile Justice and Juvenile Mental Health, Education, Immigration, and Human Trafficking. This year’s symposium will provide participants with views from the legal...

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82nd Texas Legislative Session Debrief – HOUSTON

The 82nd Legislative Session has officially concluded, but what really happened over the past few months, and how will it impact children in Texas? Join CHILDREN AT RISK for our 82nd Texas Legislative Session Debrief: Understanding the Impact on Children. Throughout the day, nine policy experts will give us their insights into the effects...

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