CAP Month Off To Big Start
Balloons of Hope Fill The Sky On April 1
Balloons of hope filled the sky on April 1st as we kicked off Child Abuse Prevention Month at the corner of Turner McCall Blvd and Broad Street. 337 pinwheels were placed in the soil to represent each case of documented child abuse in Floyd County. Watch the by Ronnie Farmer by clicking this link:
|CAP Month Launch 2015
Exchange Club of Rome—Panel Presentation—
April 24, 2015 at 12 PM
Join the Exchange Club of Rome for a panel presentation featuring Judge Greg Price (Floyd County Juvenile Court), Lindsey Howerton (Floyd DFCS), Carol Willis (Rome/Floyd Commission on Children & Youth), and Tina Bartleson (Exchange Club Family Resource Center). They will discuss Floyd County’s child abuse rates, prevention efforts, community needs, and trends.
Child Abuse Prevention Sundays in April
Churches are asked to select one Sunday in April to designate as “Child Abuse Prevention Sunday”. On this day, we ask that congregations pray for families and children as well as the wisdom/resources to decrease abuse issues confronting our community. Call 706-290-0764 to learn more about our community needs and to book a speaker from a local agency
Join With Collegiate Club For Program
April 9th – 7:30 PM
The Collegiate Exchange Club of Berry College invites all Exchange members to attend a panel program, Scars: All Wounds Heal as part of their observance of Child Abuse Prevention Month. The panel will feature top notch speakers and will be held Thursday, April 9th at 7:30 PM in room 217 of Krannert Center.
Child Abuse Prevention March Down Broad-
April 27, 2015 at 6:30 PM
Wear blue and gather on the Town Green as early as 6 PM. We’ll march down Broad Street at 6:30 PM to demonstrate our support of safe childhoods. If you are not able to participate in the March, wait for us on the steps of the City Auditorium. We will join you there to “Stand Up for Children” and make our pledge to LEARN-REACH OUT-GET INVOLVED and reduce child abuse in 2015!
For a calendar of all events plus ways you can participate as well statistics regarding Child Abuse, click here for a brochure.