Gearing Up for Child Abuse Prevention Month
Join Prevent Child Abuse Georgia and Jennifer Stein with the Family Resource Center of Northeast Georgia as we share tools and tips on how to prepare for Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Month in April! We will provide sample communications pieces and community event ideas to be used during CAP Month and year round to help promote awareness, educate the general public, and also target specific audiences.
The more we can show people how simple actions can prevent child abuse and neglect, the more people will understand how it is preventable.
Sexual Abuse Prevention in Schools
A New Georgia Mandate
Children need stable and nurturing relationships and environments for healthy development. It takes parents, caregivers and RESOURCES to make that happen.
Prevent Child Abuse Georgia is proud to announce the launch of the 1-800-CHILDREN Helpline companion tool. Find supportive programs near you on the interactive map! This tool contains over 3,000 organizations and programs around the state that support families.
Civic Dinners Webinar
Presenter: Jenn Graham, Founder and CEO of Civic Dinners
As a part of Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month 2018, Prevent Child Abuse Georgia has partnered with the Prevention and Community Support Section of DFCS, in inviting organizations across Georgia to host Civic Dinners on the topic of ‘Nurturing Communities’ to bring more people into conversation around creating safe, stable and nurturing relationships and environments for all children.
Civic Dinners is a civic engagement platform that uses technology to bring diverse voices to the table for face-to-face conversations that matter. Join Jenn Graham, Founder and CEO of Civic Dinners, as she discusses the concept behind Civic Dinners and how you can host your own Civic Dinners on Nurturing Communities.