Upcoming Events

Raising Every Child film at a/perture cinema

Monday, April 24


a/perture cinema | 305 W. 4th Street, Winston-Salem

Join us for a screening of Resilience, a one-hour documentary that delves into the science of ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and the birth of a new movement to treat and prevent toxic stress. A panel will follow the film to discuss how ACES and toxic stress are intertwined with social determinants of health.

Panelists include:
Dr. Lia Erickson, Pediatrician at Novant Health Waughtown Pediatrics
Dr. Paula Wilkins, Chief Academic Officer for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools
Emily Wilson, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counseling Associate at Family Services

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Coffee and Conversation and Agency Tour

Tuesday, April 25

8:30am Coffee & Conversation / 9:30am Agency Tour

Family Services | 1200 S. Broad Street, Winston-Salem

Join Family Services as we share our work in the area of child trauma. Program staff from our Child Advocacy Center and Counseling department will share about their work in our community. A tour of our Child Advocacy Center and Shelter will be offered after the Coffee and Conversation.



Community Baby Shower

Tuesday, April 25


Kimberley Park Elementary School | 1701 Cherry Street, Winston-Salem

Family Services will be attending this resource fair and Baby Shower to provide moms and families with support for their needs.

No RSVP required

Crime Victim’s Rights Weekly

Wednesday, April 26


Downtown Library Auditorium | 660 W. 5th Street, Winston-Salem

A community forum to elevate survivor voices.

No RSVP Required



Raising Every Child Champion’s Reception at the home of Suzanne Dillon.

Wednesday, May 10

Invitation Only.  RSVP to Joy Truluck at jtruluck@familyservicesforsyth.org.


Raising Every Child Community Conversation

Thursday, May 11

Invitation Only


Raising Every Child Benefit Luncheon

Thursday, May 11

12:00pm – 1:30pm

Salem Academy and College Corrin Hall | 500 E. Salem Avenue, Winston-Salem

Join us as we welcome Dr. Jerome Adams, 20thUS Surgeon General, to Winston-Salem. Dr. Adams will share about his childhood and how his life and work have led him to understand that  Your Zip Code Shouldn’t Determine Your Health: Social Determinants of Health & Achieving Health Equity.

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