The Washington City Paper reports on how young D.C. residents who dealt with food and housing insecurity during the pandemic are still dealing with the consequences, even when more resources are available.
Gender and race intersect with mental health disparities in local youth. The Washington City Paper reports on how Crittenton is trying to help its girls cope.
Social Justice in the Classroom: How a Restorative Justice Framework Can Prepare Teachers and Staff for the New School Year
How to create safer schools and communities for our teen girls as they prepare for the new school year.
Successful Black Parenting Magazine talks to Crittenton president & CEO Siobhan Davenport about the importance of prioritizing the emotional wellness of our children.
Crittenton president & CEO Siobhan Davenport and Crittenton student-leaders share their thoughts on the organization’s Annual High Tea and the importance of youth-guided conversations.
WTOP News covers how Crittenton Services of Greater Washington is helping hundreds of at-risk teenage girls across D.C. and Montgomery County, Maryland, every year.
When the pandemic hit, the burden of home care fell disproportionately on girls. Crittenton president & CEO Siobhan Davenport shares her insight with the Washington Area Women’s Foundation.