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Blue Ribbon Month
APRIL IS NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH! ‘APRIL’ COMES FROM THE LATIN ‘APARIRE’, MEANING ‘TO OPEN’. THIS APRIL, LET’S HELP KIDS EMERGE FROM THE PANDEMIC WITH HOPE AND RESILIENCE, ENCOURAGING THEM TO OPEN UP, SPEAK OUT, AND BUILD STRONG NETWORKS OF COMMUNITY SUPPORT. EMPOWERING KIDS MAKES THEM LESS VULNERABLE TO ABUSE. Dear Partner, We, the founders of Partners in Prevention, met in the 1990s by way of a shared passion for the magic of childhood and the importance of a safe and healthy start for children. Kathy was a social worker with a long career in child abuse prevention and […]Read More
April Is National Child Abuse Prevention Month!
The Child Abuse Prevention Month of April is right around the corner and our Safety Awareness Education characters are traveling around the US and beyond to support efforts to end child abuse by empowering children, informing adults and educating communities.Read More
Presidential Proclamation – National Child Abuse Prevention Month, 2015
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