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Clifford Beers Clinic 11th Annual Builders of Hope Breakfast at The Omni Hotel at Yale

November 14, 2013 from 7:30am to 9am
For two decades, Tonier “Neen” Cain hustled on the streets, racking up 66 convictions along the way. In 2004, pregnant and incarcerated, Ms. Cain was given an opportunity to go to a community trauma, mental health and addictions program. There, somebody asked her: what happened to you?For the first time Ms. Cain confronted haunting childhood memories. Learning she had been a victim, she began to heal, to reclaim power over her life, and thus embarked on a remarkable journey.Today, Tonier Cain…See More
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Clifford Beers Clinic 11th Annual Builders of Hope Breakfast at The Omni Hotel at Yale

November 14, 2013 from 7:30am to 9am
For two decades, Tonier “Neen” Cain hustled on the streets, racking up 66 convictions along the way. In 2004, pregnant and incarcerated, Ms. Cain was given an opportunity to go to a community trauma, mental health and addictions program. There, somebody asked her: what happened to you?For the first time Ms. Cain confronted haunting childhood memories. Learning she had been a victim, she began to heal, to reclaim power over her life, and thus embarked on a remarkable journey.Today, Tonier Cain…See More
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Clifford Beers Clinic Presents its 5th Annual Healing the Generations Child and Family Trauma Conference at Mystic Marriott

October 2, 2013 to October 4, 2013
This conference has been specifically designed to promote the creation of a trauma-informed system of health care. Come join a community of providers, parents, foster parents, members of the medical community, child welfare workers, case workers, and mental health experts who are working with thousands of children and their families to create healthy and resilient communities.For more information click hereSee More
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Builders of Hope Breakfast at The Omni Hotel at Yale

May 10, 2012 from 7:30am to 9am
Clifford Beers Clinic's 10th Annual Builders of Hope Breakfast will feature SAPPHIRE, Author of the New York Times best-selling novel, Push, adapted into the Academy Award winning-film Precious. Sapphire will share the stories that inspired her to write Push and will focus on the empowering influence that people like us can have on the lives of children who experience adversity.See More
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Donor management database

Hi All,I am wondering if anyone can tell me which donor management database you use? We currently use raisers edge but are interested in getting some info on others. Many thanks!CaraSee More
Jun 1, 2011
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Name of the Organization
Clifford Beers Clinic
Contact Person
Cara Pavelko
Job Title
Donor Relations Coordinator
Contact phone
203-901-8148
E-mail
cpavelko@cliffordbeers.org
Website
http://cliffordbeers.org
Interest
Health, Advocacy
Description Interest
Clifford Beers Clinic is a mental health organization that serves 32 towns of Greater New haven and adminsters over a dozen out-patient programs for children ages 3-18 with behavioral and social problems.

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Posted on June 1, 2011 at 1:38pm 5 Comments

Hi All,

I am wondering if anyone can tell me which donor management database you use? We currently use raisers edge but are interested in getting some info on others.

 

Many thanks!

Cara

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