Resilient Children, Resilient Loudoun
In 2016, SCAN of Northern Virginia, with support from the Northern Virginia Health Foundation (NVHF), convened the Loudoun Partnership for Resilient Children and Families through a steering committee of public, private, and non-profit organizations that serve children and families in Loudoun County. The goal was to assess the needs of vulnerable children and the resources available to support at-risk families; collaboratively develop recommendations for addressing the gaps identified; and raise awareness of how a community can best support vulnerable children and reduce long-term health outcomes for individuals, families, and communities.
Download an overview of the Partnership: Making Prevention a Priority (PDF)
In 2017, through a grant from the Northern Virginia Health Foundation, SCAN facilitated the publication a new report on the needs of children in the county and recommendations to best support Loudoun County’s most vulnerable children and families.
Download the full report: Resilient Children, Resilient Loudoun (PDF)
To request a small group presentation of the report, please email Tracy Leonard at email@example.com!
Read media coverage of the report below:
- “Report Highlights the Hidden Needs of Loudoun Children” in LoudounNow, April 4, 2017
- “Call to Action to Protect Loudoun’s Vulnerable Children, Families” in Loudoun Times-Mirror, April 7, 2017
- “Loudoun County: A Community of Contrasts and Changing Needs” on the blog of the Northern Virginia Health Foundation.
Core members of the Partnership include HealthWorks; LAWS (Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter); Loudoun Child Advocacy Center; Loudoun Department of Family Services; Loudoun Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Developmental Services; INMED; Inova Loudoun Children’s Emergency Room; Loudoun County Public Schools; the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office; and SCAN of Northern Virginia, which facilitates the Partnership.