‘A brighter future for young people’

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On behalf of YES! (Youth Emotional Stability) in Rock County, I want to express our appreciation to all who helped make our 9th Annual Summit on Supporting Children & Youth Who Struggle a wonderful success.

Nearly 1,200 people attended the morning keynote presentation by Tonier Cain on Trauma and Recovery; and more than 250 participated in the full-day conference.

Special thanks to our primary sponsors: Safe Schools Healthy Students, School District of Beloit, Genesis Counseling Services, Rock County Human Services Department, Rock-Walworth Comprehensive Family Services Inc – Head Start/Early Head Start, Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin – Exchange Family Resource Center, and Beloit Health System.

To everyone who attended, volunteered and contributed to the event, thank you for supporting and investing in a stronger, healthier, brighter future for our communitys young people.

Emily Pope

Chairperson

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