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Keeping Kids Safe

Doing Better for Our Future Starts at Birth 

We have all heard the adage: I want “better” for my children. With 20 years of evidence-based research, the Family Connects... Continue Reading

8 Lasting Changes Experts Think We’ll See In Kids After This ‘Lost’ Year

Mental health experts share how they believe the pandemic may affect children in the long term. By Caroline Bologna 07/28/2021 04:52 pm... Continue Reading

Data Shows That Our System Continues To Fail Children Who Are Black

I am a white woman who is just a little past middle-aged. I have spent nearly all of my life in... Continue Reading

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Program to Reduce Child Abuse and Neglect Slated for Cumberland County

After nearly two years of planning and research, the Partnership for Children of Cumberland County will begin implementation of a universal home visiting... Continue Reading

Six Ways YOU Can Help Promote Awareness to Prevent Child Abuse

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Each of us plays a vital role in raising awareness about the prevention of... Continue Reading

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Mass shootings and early childhood trauma share a common thread

A recent LA Times article states, “First, the vast majority of mass shooters in our study experienced early childhood trauma and... Continue Reading

Community Child Abuse Plan Credited for Implementation of Program

Community Child Abuse Plan Credited for Implementation of Parenting Program In a Media Release from Cumberland County Department of Public Health... Continue Reading