During this global crisis, children are at a much greater risk for abuse.

It’s an adult’s responsibility to protect children from abuse.

“Abuse is a crime of isolation. Children are alone at home isolated and not being able to be seen by anybody else that might be able to recognize concern.”
– Dr. Jamye Coffman, Cook Children’s Center for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect

During this COVID-19 outbreak, children are more isolated than ever. Children are cut off from school, their support networks, health professionals, and youth organizations. In today’s world, the adults children rely on for help – to recognize and report abuse – can only see them through a virtual environment.

Calls to child abuse hotlines have dropped significantly since the start of the health crisis – and precipitously since schools and organizations have moved to virtual learning environments. Without the caring eyes of a trusted adult, thousands of children are in dangerous circumstances.

By signing up below, you’ll be among the first to hear about new, online workshops to help you protect children from abuse.

These are training’s we traditionally deliver in person – coming soon to a virtual learning environment near you. They’re created by experts, for people – like you – who want to know best practices for keep children safe from abuse.

Fill out the form below and we’ll be sure you’re among the first to know when registration opens for these training.