WHAT WE’RE LEARNING ABOUT THE U.S.’S MOST VULNERABLE CHILDREN
CHILD WELL-BEING PROGRAM REFINES STRATEGY TO PROTECT YOUTH....
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Clinical Research Continuum: High School to College
DDCF Launches Pipeline Program to Encourage Medical Research Careers....
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2017 COMPETITION FOR JUNIOR PHYSICIAN SCIENTISTS LAUNCHES
CLINICAL SCIENTIST DEVELOPMENT AWARDS OPEN FOR APPLICATION….
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GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT: THUNDER VALLEY CDC
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH FIND STRENGTH IN A MORE WHOLE COMMUNITY....
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12 ORGANIZATIONS WIN SUPPORT FOR NATIONAL ARTS PROJECTS
DDCF AWARDS $1.37M FOR ARTS PROJECTS WITH POTENTIAL FOR FIELD-WIDE IMPACT....
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Grantee Spotlight

Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation

Read about Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation’s work to improve the lives of youth on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation through a wraparound system of support.

What We're Learning

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What We're Learning

Refining Our Strategy to Support the Most Vulnerable Children

Lola Adedokun, M.P.H., program director for child well-being, explains how the program’s strategy has evolved to keep improving outcomes for children—especially those that face the nation’s bleakest outcomes: Native American/Alaska Native communities, youth in or transitioning out of foster care, and low-income families.


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