Free Arts staff is continuously educating themselves in ways to transform trauma to resilience. Through attending conferences, reading books and articles, and viewing various programming on the subject, Free Arts staff looks to find innovative techniques to help children increase
Last week Program Director, Jessica Flowers, participated in her third gathering of Child Wellbeing Change Leaders in Oakland, California. Fueled by change leaders, incubated by Ashoka, and supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Children’s Wellbeing Initiative (CWI) began in
In an effort to continually increase the quality of our agency and services, Free Arts was interested in learning about how other nonprofits around our state are raising money and providing trauma-informed programs for children. As a strong arts community and one
Kirsten Morelli, a Free Arts staff member, shares her story of growth. She takes us on a journey of her experience with Free Arts, from participant to professional. Read her words below: I may be a relatively new staff member,
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