WE ARE SO GRATEFUL TO EACH OF YOU AND TO OUR PARTNER PROFESSIONALS FOR A TRULY MEANINGFUL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH. EMERGING WITH HOPE AND RESILIENCE Learning From Our Informative April Partner Talks Our April Partner Talks were a resounding success, thanks to our wonderful partners. We were joined by three knowledgeable professionals who generously answered the questions of our audience and shared their unique expertise with us. Dr. Suzanne Giraudo, psychologist and Clinical Director at the Kalmonovitz Child Development Center at CPMC, talked about children’s fears and mental health. Giraudo shared information about how the pandemic has impacted children’s […]Read More
April is national child abuse prevention month! Remember, it’s the responsibility of adults like us to keep children safe.
A YEAR OF RECKONING WITH EPIDEMICS When the Disease is Child Abuse, What is the Cure? Dear Partner, April is here once again. This time last year, we were just beginning to stay home to prevent Covid’s spread. We couldn’t yet know what a far-reaching impact this disease would have on our lives. A year later, over 500,000 American lives have been lost, and many more have been severely compromised by the pandemic’s effects on nearly every aspect of family and civic life. Among those most traumatically affected by Covid have been children. As we’ve detailed in numerous PiPSpeaks over […]Read More
As the year comes to a close, we would like to send out a warm THANK YOU to all our partners in prevention! Your interest and support is what fuels our work.Read More
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA “Every child is born into a world filled with limitless possibilities, and as a Nation, we must ensure all our young people have the support they need to realize their enormous potential. Regardless of who they are or the circumstances of their birth, each child deserves to be cared for, cherished, and kept safe from harm… A strong, stable family is the best foundation for a promising childhood, and when parents and caregivers have support — from loved ones, friends, and their community — they are more likely to provide safe […]Read More
#HowWeDoBlue is a Social Media Campaign to encourage everyone to share how you show support for the cause to stop child abuse. Caring people got social with Partners in Prevention during child abuse prevention month. Check out these highlights of our #HowWeDoBlue social media campaign.Read More
The focus of the Enough Abuse Campaign is to build a true community movement against child sexual abuse. Educating adults to recognize, prevent, and intervene in abusive situations is the only way that child sexual abuse will end. The Campaign is a collaborative effort between the Greater Bay Area Child Abuse Prevention Council Coalition (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma counties), Partners in Prevention, and the Center for Innovation and Resources, Inc. We are holding trainings throughout the region to educate community members on how to identify and prevent child sexual […]Read More
Wear a blue ribbon every April for “National Blue Ribbon Month” and sign up for our Partners In Prevention newsletter for information about our 2016 awareness materials. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to get updates on how to get involved: #HowWeDoBlue.Read More