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Childhood Matters: The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Children and Families - September 28, 2008

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Childhood Matters: The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Children and Families - September 28, 2008
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From Monterey to Napa, the effects of economic stress have lifelong consequences for children and families. It can be devastating when children must leave their home and move to a new neighborhood or a shelter, or when families don't have enough money for healthy food or medical care. And even if yo
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From Monterey to Napa, the effects of economic stress have lifelong consequences for children and families. It can be devastating when children must leave their home and move to a new neighborhood or a shelter, or when families don't have enough money for healthy food or medical care. And even if your house isn't facing foreclosure, chances are you are still struggling to make ends meet. Join Nurse Rona and guests, Ruth Cashmere, Family Self-Sufficiency Coordinator at Marin Housing and Wilma Chan, Vice President of Policy at Children Now and former Majority Leader of the California State Assembly, and Larry Drury, Executive Director of Go Kids, Inc., as they discuss how the current economic climate affects children. Call in to tell others how you cope!
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