March 12, 2014
Last year Sunny Hills’ Irene M. Hunt School of Marin (the Hunt School), where more than thirty 5-17 year olds with severe emotional challenges come to learn, went through a major remodel. Some of the upgrades were structural – a new classroom was built and wheelchair ramps, landings and other accessibility improvements made the school […]
November 6, 2012
While reading today’s New York Times, an article about youth in the juvenile justice system caught my eye. According to the article, more than 80 percent of juveniles who enter the criminal justice system early in life have at some point belonged to a gang, and the average age of first gun use was an […]
In this Blog, Sunny Hills’ management, teachers, clinicians, and staff will shine a light on our diverse programs and keep you informed about best practices in child welfare and societal issues around mental illness, the foster care and juvenile justice systems, special education and other topics relevant to the agency. We will also share stories about some of the courageous, awe-inspiring young people we serve.
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