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The Family Tree Board of Directors Announces Retirement of 21-Year Executive Director, Patricia K. Cronin

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – February 9, 2021                                    Contact: Mary Francioli, Director of Development & Communications (410) 454-1199, mfrancioli@familytreemd.org BALTIMORE, MD – February 9, 2021 – The Family Tree Board of Directors announced today that Executive Director, Patricia K. Cronin, LCSW-C, is retiring on June 30, 2021. Cronin’s decision to retire from the nonprofit is the …

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Legacy Society Spotlight: Charlene Moore Hayes & Dr. Floyd W. Hayes

“Live the life you want your children to live, to be a model, talk about it and reinforce it by doing.” Charlene Moore Hayes, TFT Legacy Society Member Recently, we sat down with Charlene Moore Hayes and her husband, Dr. Floyd W. Hayes III, members of The Family Tree’s Legacy Society, to talk about what …

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Empowering Family Health with UnitedHealthcare

We are proud to announce that The Family Tree has been chosen as a grant recipient for UnitedHealthcare’s #EmpoweringHealth initiative, which focuses on expanding access to care and addressing the social determinants of health for people in underserved communities. The Family Tree will be using this grant to deepen our parenting education programs in Baltimore …

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Launch of The Family Tree’s Online Parenting Education

With the Coronavirus pandemic keeping us at home, parents are in need of support now more than ever. In response, The Family Tree’s Parenting Education staff are getting creative and using online tools to empower parents at home in several different ways, including live parenting classes on Zoom, on-demand video workshops that are available at …

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Our Work Continues

The COVID-19 epidemic is unlike anything we’ve seen before, and the challenges facing families are immense, widespread, and at times frightening. Now more than ever, The Family Tree is focused on reaching parents and children where they are, using every available tool and communication channel we can leverage. With schools closed, children at home, and …

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