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2012 Breakfast with The Relatives


November 15, 2012 from 7:30-8:30am
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral

Join us for our annual fundraising event
Register today!



Unable to return home, too old for adoption, and too young and inexperienced to live on their own – children and teens who turn to The Relatives find a safe place for help to either successfully reunite with their family, to work out a solution for where to stay long-term, or to become independent young adults in our community.

If you are interested in becoming part of this safety net or if you know of someone who needs help, please connect with us today and partner with us to keep kids safe and families together.

To see our 2011 Annual Report click here.

A safe place, night or day, for youth
to figure out their next step

Free guidance counseling and resources
to help youth get where they're going

The first stop for young adults on their
journey to independence

The Relatives began partnering with National Safe Place in 1988 to create a local network of businesses, public resources, churches, schools, and transportation services, who were willing to post Safe Place signs throughout our community to identify themselves as a place to get help for kids in crisis. Any child or teen can ask for help at these locations and be connected to The Relatives Crisis Center free of charge. Our Safe Place program allows The Relatives to expand its reach to more youth in the community and allow businesses to help this on going effort.