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WIN’s 10th Anniversary with Speaker Anthony Rendon
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   WIanthonyrendonN’S 10th Anniversary with Speaker    Anthony Rendon  – October 20th

Join WIN in Honoring Anthony Rendon, Speaker of the California Assembly and Celebrating WIN’s 10th Anniversary: A Decade of Helping and Healing Families at the home of Abby Wolf-Weiss and Daniel Weiss in Hancock Park.

Date: October 20, 2016
Time: 6-8 pm – VIP reception at 5:30 pm

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Event and VIP – $250 –  VIP Reception with Anthony Rendon at 5:30 pm

Event Only – $150

SPONSOR THE EVENING:

Become a part of our award winning work with families.  Sponsorship includes special recognition at the event, in the program, and on our web page, as well as a VIP reception with Anthony Rendon before the event.

Benefactor Gift of $10,000 – Partner benefits and 10 VIP tickets

Ambassador Gift of $5000 – Partner benefits and 6 VIP tickets

Partner Gift of $2500 – Partner benefits and 4 VIP tickets

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Five Agencies, One Common Vision

Early Childhood Mental Health Care for Children Prenatal through Three.

The Westside Infant-Family Network (WIN) is a collaboration among five west Los Angeles agencies designed to provide mental health care and comprehensive support services to families with young children who are in need.
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Our Outcomes

*For the complete, detailed Midterm 6-Month Outcomes Report for FY 2016, please Click Here

For families served in the first half of Fiscal Year 2016  (July 1, 2015 – December 31, 2015):

  • 92% of children screened as being in an “area of concern” or in a zone that indicated a need for monitoring via the standardized Ages & Stages Questionnaires in one or more areas of development demonstrated improvement by scoring within typical range in the same one or more areas (i.e. communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving);

  • 79% of children showed improvement via Parent Infant Relationship-Global Assessment Scale in behaviors associated with secure attachment (i.e. eye contact, back and forth play, attunement);

  • 73% of parents showing significant levels of parenting stress showed improvement in clinically significant levels of stress (via Parent Stress Index-4-Short Form).

    *For the complete, detailed Midterm 6-Month Outcomes Report for FY 2016, please Click Here


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