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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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In The Know: News & Progress from December 2015

Thankful for YOU this holiday season! Thank you, SEFCU! …for adopting six residential cottages Our friends at SEFCU went above and beyond to make the holidays bright for youth residing in our six residential cottages over the holidays. SEFCU staff collected donations throughout the year and raised enough money to purchase six video game consoles

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Community Impact Report

Our agency continues to make great progress financially, becoming more efficient and reducing expenses through prudent financial management. With continued hard work, a bright financial future beckons. As we embark upon our 125th year of serving children and families in Western New York, we remain humbled and grateful for the dedication of generous supporters like

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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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7th Annual BBQ & Blues Bash Announced!

7th Annual BBQ & Blues Bash to benefit the Gateway-Longview Foundation features All-Star Buffalo Lineup! Lauren Hall and DJ Jickster to Emcee the Queen City’s Premier Blues Event Buffalo, NY – Gateway-Longview Foundation and Buffalo Iron Works announce the 7th Annual BBQ & Blues Bash on Friday, June 19, 2015 from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.

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The Spring Family Album is out!

If you didn’t get one in your mailbox, please click here to join our mailing list. In the Spring 2015 edition, you will find: –  Reflection from CEO Carolyne DeFranco on 125 years of service to children & families –  From Home Finder to Foster Parent – Living the Mission every day –  Life After Foster Care – a Spotlight

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Community Support Improves IT Infrastructure

Thanks to generous grants from the John R. Oishei Foundation and The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation, Gateway-Longview is elated to be closing out the final phases of our 2013 Technology Initiative, completing the installation of seven new virtualized Microsoft 2012 servers, a critically important upgrade from the 2003 technology that had more than

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