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Nearly everyone knows of children who have suffered as a direct result of conflict between parents who have split up. Children First is a Santa Fe nonprofit which helps children thrive by giving separated parents in Santa Fe and nearby Northern New Mexico ways to communicate and cooperate rather than fight. The program teaches skills and attitudes so that parents work together effectively and shield their children from conflict.
Children First recently installed new board officers. Santa Fe mediator Philip Crump succeeds attorney Sarah Bennett as president, while child psychologist Dr. Louis Levin steps up as vice president and financial planner Lois Stouffer becomes treasurer.
“We are looking forward to a revitalized connection with the Family Court, private family lawyers and mental health professionals, as well as having greater visibility in the community,” Crump said. “People who know our work tell us how important it is for protecting children from the negative consequences of parent separation —but not enough people know about us.” The organization has been serving children and their parents since 2003.
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