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How many have gone hungry during the pandemic?

How many have gone hungry during the pandemic?

Experts disagree about the extent of food insecurity and the success of welfare expansions

Just about anyone working in mental healthcare, criminal justice, or social work will agree: people with mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders face a difficult road. This episode is about the 50 million Americans dealing with mental illness.

Coming from a good family doesn’t guarantee a trouble-free life. But having a shaky family foundation makes everything a lot harder. In this episode, journalists Anna Johansen Brown and Sarah Schweinsberg explore what compassion looks like for hurting children, young adults, and their parents.

The state tests its new law on how to try minors’ cases

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Some see missed opportunities in private partnerships

This episode is about newcomers: Refugees and asylum seekers looking for a fresh start.

The legislature supports drastic changes to suspect’s interactions with courts and officers
Criminal justice efforts that legalize drugs have mixed results

Natural disasters are disruptive and traumatic, especially for people already in emotional, physical, or spiritual crisis. Last year, every compassion ministry in the country faced the same disaster: COVID-19.

An Austin baseball program provides gospel-centered mentorship, fun, and hope for kids in the inner city