Our 20-21 Annual Report Part II: Families

Families

A common misconception about CORRAL is we’re a lone island trying to solve complex problems. But, the reality is that CORRAL works with an extensive partner network to connect families with community resources when the needs of the family or girl extend beyond CORRAL’s scope of services and require higher care.

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By taking a systems approach to our program and relating to families as partners in this work, we can better serve our families and ultimately our girls. As a result, we’re getting a stronger buy-in and trust and helping the entire family unit support its girl’s success.

Stability is critical to the success of our trauma-intervention and academic remediation. When our girls and their families have their basic needs taken care of, we see greater results in our program.

“I can’t imagine our life this past year without CORRAL. CORRAL has absolutely supported my role as a caretaker; as a new foster parent, this was SO necessary. I’ve been able to support my child in other ways, which eased the strain on our relationship from being together 24/7.” ~ Ray, a CORRAL parent

Follow our work this year on social media as our girls return to an after-school and Saturday program at CORRAL!

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