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June 28, 2007
On weekday evenings, KCAL/CBS2 anchor Ann Martin addresses millions of viewers throughout Southern California. However, recently, on a perfect summer morning, under a canopy set up outside the picturesque cottage where many of the teenage girls participating in Rosemary Children's Service's (RCS) Residential Treatment program reside, the award-winning journalist 'broadcast' to a much smaller audience. Martin was at Rosemary Children's Services to give the commencement address to the seven girls graduating from The Rosemary School, the agency's nonpublic school.
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June 7, 2007
In 2006, Rosemary Children's Services (RCS) assisted over 550 children through its Residential Treatment Program for adolescent girls and Foster Family Program for newborn to 18-year old boys and girls. Yet these programs -- offered throughout Los Angeles County, Riverside County, Orange County, and portions of San Bernardino County -- come with a price tag ? not for the families served but for the agency itself. Invariably it costs money to develop, maintain, and perhaps even expand an array of services that include not only Residential Treatment and Foster Care but a Mental Health program, Adoption program and certified Non-Public School.
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June 28, 2007
On weekday evenings, KCAL/CBS2 anchor Ann Martin addresses millions of viewers throughout Southern California. However, recently, on a perfect summer morning, under a canopy set up outside the picturesque cottage where many of the teenage girls participating in Rosemary Children's Service's (RCS) Residential Treatment program reside, the award-winning journalist 'broadcast' to a much smaller audience. Martin was at Rosemary Children's Services to give the commencement address to the seven girls graduating from The Rosemary School, the agency's nonpublic school.
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June 7, 2007
In 2006, Rosemary Children's Services (RCS) assisted over 550 children through its Residential Treatment Program for adolescent girls and Foster Family Program for newborn to 18-year old boys and girls. Yet these programs -- offered throughout Los Angeles County, Riverside County, Orange County, and portions of San Bernardino County -- come with a price tag ? not for the families served but for the agency itself. Invariably it costs money to develop, maintain, and perhaps even expand an array of services that include not only Residential Treatment and Foster Care but a Mental Health program, Adoption program and certified Non-Public School.
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