Crittenton Services of Greater Washington aims to help hundreds of at-risk teenage girls across D.C. and Montgomery County, Maryland, every year — even during the pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic has been challenging for people from all walks of life and at-risk youth are no exception. “The pandemic has certainly impacted the young ladies that we serve,” said Siobhan Davenport, CEO of Crittenton Services. The 133-year-old nonprofit works with 500 to 600 teens from sixth through 12th grade every year.
How one nonprofit helps at-risk teenage girls in DC and Montgomery Co.
March 29, 2021