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Effective Strategies for Preventing Child Abuse: A National Perspective - Part 1 (Workshop 29)
The intent of this skills seminar is to provide participants with a comprehensive community-based approach to quality programming to prevent child abuse. Presenters focus on topics that are relevant for faith-based and community organizations, including: public policy strategies, community collaboration, cultural competency, fundraising, monitoring program quality and using technical assistance, and peer-review of prevention programs. Participants gain tangible skills and practical tips for developing, implementing, overseeing, and managing child abuse prevention programs.
Teresa Rafael, M.S.W.
National Alliance of Children's Trust
and Prevention Funds
Kinaya C. Sokoya, M.B.A., M.P.A.
DC Children's Trust Fund
Washington Council for
Child Abuse and Neglect
Sally Carter, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.
Department of Health
Oklahoma City, OK
Colorado Children's Trust Fund
Alaska Children's Trust
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