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October is Child Abuse Prevention Month!

The campaign is marked by the purple ribbon and on October 24, 2019 we will be dressing in purple for our Go Purple Day! Show your support by wearing purple on October 24th!

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Meet Volunteer, Cheryl Tym!

As an organization that relies on volunteers to help raise awareness and funds, we were more than thrilled when Cheryl Tym stepped up and joined our Spring Event Committee. Cheryl has worked tirelessly to enhance our annual Spring Event and has definitely brought her passion and enthusiasm to the planning process!

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Thank You to Everyone Who Participated in the Tournament of Hope

Once again, we are grateful to all the golfers, sponsors, donors and volunteers who helped to make the 2019 Tournament of Hope a huge success! Not only was the weather perfect, the camaraderie and relationships built, will last a lifetime!

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It’s Official! Rachael Pascoe and Rebecca Nicholls have Published a Journal Article!

We don’t want to boast, but in this case we must! Our staff are so talented and we are very proud to announce that our Clinical Therapists, Rachael and Rebecca have had a journal article published in Social Work with Groups special issue Making Waves:Group Work Stories of Social Justice.

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10 Tips to Get Your Kids Ready for Back to School

It’s bitter sweet for most families thinking about going back to school. On the one hand, it’s nice to get back into a routine with your kids, but on the other hand, it’s sad to see the carefree days of summer come to an end. That’s why we’ve put together this list of 10 tips to get your kids (and you!) ready for school!

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July is National Ice Cream Month!

As important as it is to work hard, we believe in a work-life balance. That is why we took a moment this month to recognize National Ice Cream Month! 

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Top 10 Ideas to Entertain Kids Over the Summer

After just a couple weeks of summer break, my kids and their friends are already bored with the activities at our house. Sound familiar? Here are 10 ideas to help keep the kiddos busy.

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A BIG Congratulations to our Clinician, John Walker!

We are thrilled that our very own Clinician, John Walker, and his co-author, Daniyal Zuberi, have had their research published in the Journal of International Migration and Integration. Their work entitled “School-Aged Syrian Refugees Resettling in Canada: Mitigating the Effect of Pre-migration Trauma and Post-migration Discrimination on Academic Achievement and Psychological Well-Being” is sure to benefit many in the field for years to come.

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Helping Teens Heal from the Trauma of Abuse

Radius provides therapy and support to help teens like Damion heal from the trauma of abuse. Damion is building a bright and healthy future.

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Student Researchers Hard at Work!

Radius is committed to providing multiple student-based opportunities to gain experience, insight, and training in one of Radius’ programs and services.  Along with clinical placements, Radius offers a research-training program to university and college students at all levels.

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