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Ep 40 – The Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley

Today on the #GIVEPodcast we are speaking with Sue Page from The Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley.  Sue is the executive director of this incredibly important nonprofit in Los Angeles, California.  The Children’s Center was founded over 30 years ago to become a safe space for child abuse victims.  Since that time, this organization has evolved to help provide counselling, therapy, legal, and administrative services to kids in need in this area.  This episode is an absolute must-listen to find out how this nonprofit is serving hundreds of kids every single day.

The Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley

Sue Page

Today we are speaking with Sue Page from The Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley.  Sue is the executive director of this incredibly important nonprofit in Los Angeles, California.  The Children’s Center was founded over 30 years ago to become a safe space for child abuse victims.  Since that time, this organization has evolved to help provide counseling, therapy, legal, and administrative services to kids in need in this area.

The Children’s Center is fighting an uphill battle.  Los Angeles has 30% of the entire nations foster care children.  They are experts in treating victims of child abuse and have since expanded their services to help with prevention as well.  They make it a point to not stop services when the children reach the age of 18, so they have more of a chance of entering adulthood successfully.

The Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley is a multifaceted organization that currently could use a lot of help.  They never turn a child in need away and work tirelessly to provide kids and young adults with the resources they need to lead a happy life, outside of the system.

How can you help?

  • Donate
  • Listen to kids when they reach out and say something is wrong
  • Volunteer

Be inspired.  GIVE

Where to find The Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley

Website  | Facebook 

Full transcription can be found here.