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TUESDAYS CHILDREN Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 02/19/2014: TUESDAYS CHILDREN

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Manhasset, NY
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TUESDAYS CHILDREN Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 02/19/2014: TUESDAYS CHILDREN

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 09/08/2014: TUESDAYS CHILDREN

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Physical Address: Manhasset, NY 11030 
EIN: 52-2347446
Web URL: www.tuesdayschildren.org 
NTEE Category: P Human Services
P30 Children's and Youth Services
F Mental Health, Crisis Intervention
F80 Mental Health Association, Multipurpose
O Youth Development
O50 Youth Development Programs
Ruling Year: 2001 


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Mission Statement

Tuesday’s Children is a non-profit family service organization that has made a long-term commitment to every individual impacted by the events of September 11, 2001 and those who have been impacted by terrorist incidents worldwide.  Since 2001, Tuesday’s Children has promoted  healing and recovery by strengthening family resilience,  providing individual coping and life management skills and creating community through programs, mental health support and family engagement opportunities.

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Fiscal Year Starting: January 1, 2010
Fiscal Year Ending: December 31, 2010

Total Revenue $1,470,874
Total Expenses $1,204,698

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Ms. Terry Grace Sears

Term:

Since Sept 2001

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Programs

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Serving the greater New York tri-state region, this program is designed to encourage and support mutually beneficial, long-standing relationships between adult role models and children ages 6-18. Mentoring relationships enable children to grow emotionally and socially, build resilience and develop coping skills while encouraging them to make healthy choices. Mentors and children engage in community-based activities twice a month, for a minimum of one year. Events designed to encourage group dynamics, team building and community service are scheduled quarterly. Tuesday’s Children identifies and recruits mentors through corporations, civic organizations and local media. All mentor candidates undergo thorough background and reference checks and, prior to being assigned, mentors receive special training in childhood development and the stages of grief. The program was designed with the National Mentoring Partnership and Dr. Jean Rhodes, a widely published expert on youth mentoring and a consultant on the program.

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Our average mentoring matches are over two years, which is double the national average.

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Mentoring Partnership of New York

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Tuesday’s Children offers free and confidential mental health services to all 9/11 children and families and bridges mental health services and our wellness programs. Our services for children, adolescents and adults include: psychological assessment; individual, family and couples counseling; support groups; and referrals to community resources. Psychologists and therapists from various organizations consult with our program managers on mental health considerations in the development and delivery of programming; provide training to staff about the signs and symptoms of trauma and grief and appropriate response to them; participate in the delivery of wellness programs; and provide appropriate referral, counseling and follow-through.

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Tuesday's Children brings together teens, ages 15-20, from around the world to share a “common bond”—the traumatic loss of family member to terrorism. Participants echo the mantra of our program to “Let Our Past Change the Future.” Teens gather for an eight day healing and peace-building symposium in a safe and supportive environment where they engage in dialogue and community-building activities that acknowledge and respect their differences while promoting friendship and understanding.  Tuesday's Children is  building an international community of young people whose lives have been transformed by terrorism, global ambassadors working toward peace, positivity and empowerment. Project COMMON BOND is the most expansive and fastest growing of our programs and the only international program uniting children directly impacted by acts of terrorism.

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11 nations have participated:  United States, Argentina, Spain, England, Ireland, Palestine, Israel, Russia, Sri Lanka, Liberia and Northern Ireland.  We have worked with 14 international partners.

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Innovative and transformative, Adult Programs address the mental health and life issues faced by families dealing with a traumatic loss. These include health and wellness programs, life management skills such as financial planning, career counseling and job search guidance. Our renowned Creative Insight program develops personal and interpersonal skills for challenging life situations, encourages creative problem solving and enhances communication skills. Parenting programs, developed in collaboration with nationally recognized leaders, address the parent-child relationship, as well as the unique needs of a single parent caring for young children and adolescents.

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Tuesday’s Children has many years of experience providing career guidance to the families directly impacted by the tragedy of September 11th. The Career Resource Center services are designed to provide young adults with tools and resources necessary to navigate the internship and career process.  Informational seminars, one-on-one sessions, career guidance resources and information are presented to engage each participant. A number of major corporations have committed to offer internship and career opportunities for qualified applicants and have partnered with Tuesday’s Children as career mentors.       Programming includes:     • Seminars, workshops and panel discussions to build skills and share resources     • Internship, job placement, and shadow day opportunities     • Participation in Tuesday’s Children’s annual Take Our Children to Work Day program     • One-on-one career mentor opportunities     • Networking opportunities with peers and mentors     • Toolkits and resources for skill building

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Children Only (5 - 14 years)
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General Public/Unspecified

Program Description:

Resiliency Center of Newtown (RCN) is a program of Tuesday’s Children which is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. RCN was founded by a community member for the community to help with the healing process. RCN will be offering long-term healing to anyone impacted by the tragic events of December 14, 2012, ensuring every individual reaches their full potential. The center will be a welcoming place where people feel comfortable connecting with others and with appropriate services to assist in the healing process. Resiliency Center of Newtown offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere to engage with the community and provide confidential services located at 153 South Main Street (lower level).

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