Advocacy

CHILD HELP  for the “Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse”
http://www.childhelp.org
http://m.facebook.com/childhelp
https://twitter.com/childhelp

National Abuse Hotline:  1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453)
If you or anyone you know has experienced abuse, you are not alone.

  • Qualified counselors
  • Interpreters in 170 languages
  • Over 2 million calls
  • Confidential

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CAPA (Child Abuse Prevention Association)
“CAPA is committed to preventing and treating all forms of child abuse and neglect by creating
changes in individuals, families and society that strengthens relationships and promotes healing.”

http://capacares.org
https://twitter.com/@CAPA_KC
http://www.facebook.com/1CAPA

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7 Comments

  1. I have adopted two girls through foster care and am a foster/foster-adopt advocate. Thanks for posting thisvaluable information.

    1. You are most welcome Lynn!

  2. Heather Awen

    Everyone talks about abuse including me but doesn’t give ways to HELP or GET HELP. I’m really grateful you did this. I know when I wrote my memoirs 20+ years ago I was so heavily triggered my agent should have helped me get support. It can retraumatize you.

    In support of MLK Day (saw your post reviewing), my liberation theologian mother had a mentor who worked with King Senior. Once my mom’s priest brought him to preach and King asked “For white people ot black people?” The priest said “Black” and it was amazing. But an interesting question.

    1. Thank you so much Heather. I so agree with you about the ttiggring that occurs when we write our memoirs. I just finished writing mine and it was very traumatizing. During King’s time, many people did not like him. And certain audiences were not receptive to his message which may be why he asked that question. Is Kathryn Johnson your mother?

      1. Heather Awen

        No, she’s Episcopalian priest Jeanette Tweedie. Did a lot in Haiti during revolution, cleaned up sexual predators in the church, fought to get the church to be more ecological. Like most activists, she was treated like crap for demanding justice.

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