Parnterships are important: Snoqualmie Valley Community Network

Last night I attended a meeting hosted by the SVCN on a Deeper Dive into Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). The audience members included local experts in many health and wellness fields – a naturopath, a mental health care worker, an executive director of a homeless shelter, an executive director of Trail youth (homeless youths living on trails in the woods), a few parents, educators and board directors. We discussed the challenges facing our youth; we discussed the solutions available; we identified the gaps and we know that this is an ongoing discussion. Please consider how you can be involved in the life of a young person; it starts with a connection. It takes a village; we are the village. Read more about how you can be involved in Snoqualmie Valley Community Network.


About the author: Lori

Lori Oviatt has served on the Riverview School Board of Directors since 2006, she lives on an acreage in the wild woods near Lake Joy and loves to serve in the public school system. She is a Learning Solutions Provider for many corporations and non-profits around the globe. She loves to talk education and learning!