Working together to protect, enrich, and give hope

Nearly 1,000 children in Erie County alone are in Foster Care.  You can help! Children of all ages need loving families and supportive homes during this critical time in their young lives. Gateway Longview offers comprehensive Foster Care & Adoption Services to support families in the Buffalo, NY area and throughout Erie County. We work to

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Behavioral Health Services Receives $61,600 to Support Mental Health Satellite Clinics in 8 Buffalo Public Schools

Funds awarded from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo work to increase student access to licensed mental health professionals in school-based settings Gateway Longview’s Behavioral Health Services was recently awarded grant funds from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo to support mental health programming for students in select Buffalo Public Schools. In collaboration with Say

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2nd Annual Foster Family Fair is Saturday, February 13, 2016

In 2015, over 150 Western New Yorkers attended the first annual Foster Family Fair to learn about helping children in our community. Still, the need for more foster homes has never been greater. Are you inspired to enrich the lives of children in need? Then consider joining us this Valentine’s Day Eve! The second annual

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In The Know: News & Progress from October 2015

  From Campus to the Football Field: Going the Extra Mile to Mentor Youth Every Saturday during football season, Iverson, a 14-year-old youth resident in Gateway’s Witham Cottage, takes the important lessons he’s learned from his mentor, Adam, and passes them on to a team of young boys not much younger than him. He is confident, encouraging and

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In The Know: News & Progress from May 2015

In The Know, our monthly email newsletter, captures highlights from the month of May, including: Kinship Caregiver Program Awarded Grant from NY State, Routine Audit Shows Therapeutic Preschool is Shining Bright, and Buffalo Bills Courage House is one-of-a-kind for WNY… Click here to read In The Know: May 2015.

Foster Care Program Focused on Kinship Awarded Support From NY State

Thanks to a five-year commitment totaling $102,980 from New York State in support of Gateway-Longview’s Kinship Caregiver Services Program (KinCARES), the agency’s Community Services team will be able to address growing needs of families providing kinship foster care. “All children deserve a safe and secure place to live, and today we are taking a major step forward in

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Behavioral Health Clinic Gets Boost from Community Foundation

Partnership between Gateway-Longview’s Behavioral Health Clinic and Western New York Public Schools Gets a Boost from Community Foundation $11,200 Grant Award Helps Program Expand in Collaboration with Say Yes Buffalo   Gateway-Longview Behavioral Health Clinic announces a recent grant award of $11,200 from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo. The funds will be used to

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Volunteers from Cradle Beach Donate Care Packages for Foster Children

When children are removed from unsafe homes and placed into foster care, they often have little more than the clothes on their back and a plastic bag with a few of their most prized possessions. Thanks to a generous donation, that will no longer be a problem at Gateway-Longview. Members of Cradle Beach’s Project SOAR

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Growing family provides foster care for decades

After two decades of fostering and going on 4 adoptions later, the Pache Family continues to foster children in need Over two decades ago, Tina & Kenneth Pache began providing a nurturing home, care, and support to children in need of foster care. Unable to have children of their own, foster care gave them an

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Holiday Happenings

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! All over the agency, our children and families are celebrating the joy of the Christmas season. Here are some of the highlights: Over 1,500 presents were collected and delivered to our needy children and families through our Adopt-an-Angel campaign. Thanks to the 70+ businesses, churches, community groups,

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November is National Adoption Month

Each year, November is recognized as National Adoption Month to bring awareness to the more than 100,000 children in foster care waiting for permanent, loving families. For the Quebral family, this month is extra, extra special. Two years ago, Frank and Katie Quebral opened their hearts and home to two newborns, Brandon and Lilly. The two babies remained

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Center for Youth Development Unveils Sculpture Inspired by Youth

On Tuesday, October 21, Griffis Sculpture Park and Gateway-Longview unveiled a beautiful, 8.5 foot sculpture inspired by youth at Gateway-Longview’s Center for Youth Development at 296 Monroe Street in Buffalo. For the past year, youth from Gateway’s Center for Youth Development have been working on the sculpture project, which was a collaboration with Griffis Sculpture

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