2014 Domestic Violence Awareness Month Tool Kit
Since 1981, October has been National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The observance serves to educate communities, individuals, couples and families about the Family Advocacy Program services and other community resources that can help prevent, raise awareness of community responsibility, and inform the community of the many ways to report domestic abuse.
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Since 1983, April has been dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and neglect through the observation of National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The observance serves to educate parents and the community about warning signs and helpful resources. It also reinforces that the safety and well-being of children is a shared community responsibility. Your intervention could help a child at risk.
There is no way to predict who will abuse a child. Offenders come from all ranks, races, religions and income levels. The following information will help you recognize suspected child abuse, learn how to report it and find assistance through the military and civilian communities.
This two-hour webinar will explore current research findings linked to wellness and mindfulness, as well as how mental health clinicians and others in helping professional roles can use this information to implement preventative and restorative practices in their work and personal lives. The presentation will also include practical examples that individuals can provide to families dealing with stress, anxiety and other difficulties that can provide barriers to wellness. Continuing education units may be available.
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