The Yolo Crisis Nursery: The Power of Partnership

The Yolo Crisis Nursery: The Power of Partnership

Sara is a young, pregnant, single mom who didn’t know where to start. There were so many wolves at the door and she had no clue as to which one to take on first, or even if any of them could be driven away. Her toddler son had just been removed from another childcare...

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Yolo Crisis Nursery: Board shifts into high gear

Yolo Crisis Nursery: Board shifts into high gear

“If we don’t know where we’re going, we’ll never get there…” That was the dilemma facing the Yolo Crisis Nursery board of directors in early 2017. After two challenging years of working to stabilize the new independent non-profit status of a crisis nursery that had...

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Yolo Crisis Nursery Continues to Improve Lives

Yolo Crisis Nursery Continues to Improve Lives

There are hundreds of personal stories that have come out of the Yolo Crisis Nursery since we first opened our doors 17 years ago, but few are as compelling as Sofia’s. “I was college transfer student, pregnant with my second child. My ex was abusive, and I knew I...

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With fundraising, focus remains on families

With fundraising, focus remains on families

A single mother’s story tells why the work to build community support for the Yolo Crisis Nursery is important and never ending. Patricia, a single mother of three, needed help. Keeping up with three lively kids, aged one, six, and seven, had overwhelmed her. The...

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Newspaper Columns

Our local newspaper, the Davis Enterprise, generously publishes a column once a month about our activities at the Nursery. Catch up on past columns below:

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