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Long-time clinician and advocate Brenda Symons-Moulton has received the 2015 YWCA Hamilton's Women of Distinction Award for Lifetime Achievement, honouring her accomplished career and tremendous contributions to our community. We are delighted to see Brenda receive this well-deserved recognition and extend to her our warmest congratulations. Many young lives have been changed for the better through Brenda's caring and expertise, and many young people are today on a path towards thriving thanks to


We are so very grateful for the many volunteers who support us - each and every week - but National Volunteer Week is a great opportunity to recognize their valuable contributions and celebrate all that they make possible. Thank you!!


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Thank you to our landlords, P&W Realty Holdings Ltd., for making this possible.

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Effective March 1st, the Community Child Abuse Council has a new name: THRIVE Child and Youth Trauma Services. More than just a rebranding, this is the culmination of a two-year process that has included the development of a vision, mission, and community impact planning initiative, all aimed at reflecting the aspirational core of our work. We believe thriving children create thriving communities. With that end in sight, our programs and services as well as our name are now embedded with the


UNICEF has released An Agenda for EVERYChild 2015, highlighting the Sustainable Development Goals and calling for children everywhere to be at the heart of this new global agenda:


World leaders are setting out a roadmap for human progress over the next 15 years. Known as the Sustainable Development Goals, these new global targets will drive investment and action in virtually every country on earth, touching millions of lives. That is why it is vital that every child is included – and that