Newsletter Archive

Newsletter Archive 2020-10-05T23:48:49+00:00

September 2020 Newsletter

September is Suicide Prevention Month, read Erik Sternad’s blog on how you can #BeThe1To ask your friends and family, and youth if they are thinking about harming themselves.

July 2020 Newsletter

Blog by Erik, “A Self-Examination: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:” The street protests over the last number of weeks have brought a new urgency to what our country must do to address racial inequality and justice. For his birthday this year, Interface supporter Levi Gelineau asked his friends to donate to Interface through a Facebook Fundraiser, raising over $1,400! We asked Levi about choosing Interface as his charity of choice on his special day…

May 2020 Newsletter

May is Mental Health Month. Whether for you that means for spreading awareness of mental health’s effects or coping with your own mental health, Interface is here for you. Erik updates on the state of Interface during the COVID-19 pandemic. Erik blogs on Second Chances Month and Interface’s Reentry Services Program…

April 2020 Newsletter

In light of COVID-19, ICFS is witnessing how our current health crisis is exacerbating existing social inequities and economic disparities. ICFS’s priority currently is to promote an integrated and holistic COVID-19 response, a coordinated healthcare and social service strategy that ensures individual and family access to basic resources and safe conditions (i.e. access to healthcare, food, shelter, security)…

March 2020 Newsletter

Homeless Youth Hiding in Plain Sight by Erik Sternad. Eric Smith, founder of Lifetime Legal, has been hosting a Women’s Day Luncheon benefiting Interface for nine years. We would like to thank some of our very generous sponsors of the 2019 Hope & Light Gala who helped make it such a success!

February 2020 Newsletter

February is teen dating violence prevention month. Interface prevention programs visit middle and high schools to talk about what a healthy relationship looks like. Do you know what the signs are that your teen might be in an unhealthy relationship? Mary Kay Foundation Awards Interface $20,000 Grant for Domestic Violence Shelter.

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