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St. George's University
St. George's University

St. George's University was founded as an independent School of Medicine in 1976, and has evolved into a top center of international education including the study of Public Health, Liberal Arts and Business.  It draws students and faculty from 140 countries to the island of Grenada, in the West Indies. reachwithin collaborates with SGU on innovative programs that raise awareness about psychosocial care, developmental trauma and resilience.

New York University/ McGhee SPCS
New York University/ McGhee SPCS

New York University/ McGhee SPCS and reachwithin have a long-standing alliance and continue to collaborate for mutual benefit. reachwithin staff have worked with professors to use reachwithin as real life examples in course content for NYU classes.  reachwithin is grateful for the insight given to us from NYU’s talented faculty and student body.

Conscious Discipline
Conscious Discipline

Conscious Discipline, created by Dr. Becky Bailey, has informed much of reachwithin's Caregiver Training Program. Dr. Bailey has offered much expert advice and assistance to our co-founder, Dr. Lawson and our program director in Grenada, Dr. Landon.

Brazelton Touchpoints Center
Brazelton Touchpoints Center
Brazelton Touchpoints Center

Founded in 1996, the Brazelton Touchpoints Center is rooted in and builds upon the work of T. Berry Brazelton, MD, internationally renowned pediatrician, whose scientific research and clinical observations of babies and young children radically reshaped the field of early child development and the practice of pediatrics. The Brazelton Touchpoints Center partners with families of young children and the communities and systems of care that surround them so that all children will be healthy, succeed as early learners and have the opportunity to thrive.  The Brazelton Touchpoints Center is committed to creating opportunities for learning and growth through collaborative, strengths-based, culturally-affirming approaches within its own organization and in its partnerships with all others.  Dr. T. Berry Brazelton and Dr. Joshua Sparrow from the Brazelton Touchpoints Center have been advisors for reachwithin's work through the years.

The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative

The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative has provided reachwithin with expert guidance in the areas of public health and monitoring and evaluations. reachwithin's academic advisory board includes a scholar from HHI who has established important metrics to gauge the efficacy of reachwithin's work.

Care homes Including...
Care homes Including...

The Queen Elizabeth Home for Children, The Bel Air Home for Children and Adolescents, The Dorothy Hopkin Centre and The Government of Grenada Emergency Shelter Center (The Father Mallaghan’s Home for Boys) in Grenada have worked with reachwithin to implement the programs in their homes.  The ages of the children who are residents in the homes range from infancy through adulthood.  We appreciate the opportunity to work with the children and their loving caregivers.

The Child Protection Authority / The Ministry of Social Development
The Child Protection Authority / The Ministry of Social Development

The Child Protection Authority and the Ministry of Social Development and Housing in Grenada have supported reachwithin's programs and initiatives in Grenada.

Consortium for Street Children
Consortium for Street Children

The Consortium for Street Children (CSC), of which reachwithin is a member, is the leading international network dedicated to realising the rights of street children worldwide. CSC focusses on three key strategic areas: Advocacy, Research and Network Development. The CSC network is continually expanding and they currently have over 80 network members working across 130 countries worldwide. Their network is comprised of small NGOs delivering grassroots work in-countries, large international NGOs, multilateral agencies, academics, corporates and individuals, as well as affiliated groups of street children.

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