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In his Op-Ed for Cleveland.com, J.D. Vance addressed the opioid epidemic heightening the need for kinship care support in Ohio. His piece cited our Grandfamilies Fact Sheet for that state. Read J.D.'s piece.

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.

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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