Partners is honored to be a recipient of a 2018 Women Helping Women Fund grant
For the fourth year in a row, the generous community advocates at the Women Helping Women Fund have granted Partners funding for the work we do to ensure safe children, healthy familites, and thriving communities through the Victim Support Services of the Children's Advocacy Center. Please join us at the Women Helping Women Fund luncheon on May 22, 2018 to celebrate!
The Spokesman-Review featured the work Partners is doing to combat child exploitation in collaboration with Lutheran Community Services Northwest through the Respond Spokane conference in December 2017. You can read the article here. The second annual Respond Spokane conference will take place December 5 and 6, 2018. Watch our homepage for more information!
Meet one of the newest members of the Spokane Citizen Hall of Fame: Dr. Alan Hendrickson
Partners is proud to congratulate our founder, Dr. Alan Hendrickson, and all the great citizen honorees who have made significant contributions to our city, recognized by the Spokane Public Library Foundation at the Historic Davenport Hotel on Thursday, April 14. Dr. Hendrickson is recognized for his contributions in the field of Science, Health and Medicine. To read about all the honorees, visit www.spokanelibraryfoundation.org.
Congratulations Karen Winston - Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital 2016 Advocate of the Year
Karen joins founder Dr. Alan Hendrickson, former Executive Director Mary Ann Murphy, Teresa Forshag ARNP, Board Member Peggy Mangiaracina, and co-founder Dr. Deb Harper as honorees representing Partners with Families & Children. http://www.kidsatheartcharitylunch.org/advocates-of-the-year/
Teresa Forshag and Peggy Mangiaracina Receive Top Honors from the March of Dimes
In recognition of nurses whose extraordinary efforts stand out, the March of Dimes Washington Chapter honored Teresa Forshag ARNP for her Advocacy for Patients and Board Member Emeritus Peggy Mangiaracina with the Legend of Nursing award.
Number of child abuse cases rising in Spokane
Partners with Families and Children responds to a dramatic increase in the number of child abuse cases in Spokane.
Broken Babies: Lives forever changed by abuse
Partners' Fussy Baby Network, a national program designed to support new parents, seeks to prevent Shaken Baby Syndrome by connecting frustrated and worried parents with the help they need.
All in The Family
More children in Spokane County are being abused and neglected. Partners with Families & Children helps to break the cycle .