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CYSNetwork News Exchange – 22/05/15

EARLY YEARS:  Some news from Assistant Deputy Minister, Jim Grieve from Rachelle Blanchette, MEDU – ENGLISH and FRENCH.

IMPACT OF VIOLENCE AND NEGLECT ON CHILDREN with Dr. Diane Benoit, September 25, 9am-4pm in Cobourg, $67.80 per person.

Who should attend:  Child protection workers, law enforcement officers, crown attorneys, judges, mental health professionals, health professionals, women’s shelter staff, early childhood educators, teachers, day care providers, foster parents, and any other professional involved with children exposed to violence, abuse, and neglect. Seating is limited – register early. For details, see FLYER and REGISTRATION FORM.

NEWSLETTER:  For your information, CLICK HERE to read the Spring newsletter for Quinte Counselling Services, forwarded by Bob Kitcher from the Qxplore Group, which contains articles about “Understanding Autism” and “Transference”.

RIDE FOR HUNGER:  Support Ride for Hunger on May 24th with proceeds going to Gleaners Food Bank.  For more info, visit http://www.rideforhunger.ca/.

YOUTH DIVERSION is excited to be providing a training session on June 18th, 9am-4pm, United Way Quinte, 55 Harriett Street, Belleville for professionals working with children and youth on early identification and intervention for youth with substance use and addictions issues.  This training is designed to enhance the level of support to youth, and ensure that children and youth receive an optimal level of service.  The workshop is free and participants are responsible for lunch.  For more information, refer to the INVITATION and TRAINING OUTLINE.  Please register with the Youth Diversion Program by June 11th.

Wendy Anderson, Coordinator, Children and Youth Services Network

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