Recently, we sent some of our friends cards that explain more about who we are, what makes us different than other residential facilities, and how the Eagle Fund makes it all possible. Click on the images below to scroll through these cards or request for a set to be sent to you by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
A part of our job at Eagle Village is teaching kids skills, thought processes, and emotional responses they haven’t had before. Many of our abuse and neglect cases bring us kids that haven’t experienced healthy home environments and simply don’t know anything different.
Your prayers have helped to bring about some pretty amazing things over the past few months. Here are just a few…
Watch Eli tell his story- the path his life was on and how that changed completely after his stay at Eagle Village.
Have you considered getting involved with Eagle Village but weren’t sure how? We have a great volunteer opportunity coming up on Saturday, June 10th.
Going away for Summer Camp can feel like magic. Away from parents! Tons of fun! And (maybe) learning a thing or two. But then… crisis.
One of our greatest needs at Eagle Village is to find more people who see the work we do here as ministry. This month, would you pray fervently for God to provide more new staff who love Him and have a desire to serve?
We’ve discussed child abuse and neglect rates in Michigan, the impact it has on the developing brain, signs to watch out for, and how to help when you suspect abuse or neglect is happening in a home. But what can you do to prevent it from ever occurring?
Children that are removed from environments of abuse and neglect CAN recover once they have access to quality therapy programs. “Those that receive the help to work through the trauma have the same opportunities as anyone to live successful and happy lives,” says Don Guernsey MS LMFT FSAC, Director of Behavioral Health at Eagle Village….
In our first post, we talked about the reality of child abuse in Michigan and what it does to a child’s brain. Now, let’s better define abuse and neglect so we can recognize it.