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Saturday, November 18, 2017
Generations United Launches Multi-Year Initiative to Elevate Voices of African American and Native American Grandfamilies
Generations United, in partnership with National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) and A Second Chance, Inc., is launching a three-year initiative, Grand Voices: Elevating and Strengthening African American and Native American Grandfamilies.

The initiative will recruit and prepare family caregivers to join Generations United's GrAND Voices network, a proven group of family caregiver advocates who educate, represent and testify on behalf of grandparents and other relatives raising children. Learn more


News
Generations United announced six intergenerational programs have been selected to receive the prestigious 2017 Programs of Distinction. Learn more
Generations United worked with producers from NBC Universal on aToday Show story about how the opioid crisis is impacting grandfamilies. Learn more.
Read this Q&A  on D.O. v. Glisson from Generations United about the impact of the decision on children inside and outside of Kentucky.
Download our report, In Loving Arms: The Protective Role of Grandparents and Other Relatives in Raising Children Exposed to Trauama.

Washington Post's story on grandparents raising grandkids struggling with retirement and college costs quote Jaia Peterson Lent. Read the story
Watch our animated video on the value of intergenerational communities. 

We're honored to be the recipient of The 2015 Eisner Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Intergenerational Advocacy! Check out the video

Read the latest blog on The Huffington Post from Generations United's Executive Director Donna Butts.

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