Adult Education

Recognizing & Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect is an interactive child abuse prevention training for teachers, parents, professionals, and volunteers who work directly with children. Participants learn the signs, symptoms, and effects of abuse as well as how to respond and report suspected child abuse in a safe way.

Led by an experienced presenter, Recognizing & Reporting trainings are typically 1 hour long, but can be molded to fit availability. Each session includes pre- and post-tests and a Q&A. 

Foster parents earn 1 hour of required training through Recognizing & Reporting

PREVENTION EDUCATION MATTERS. DURING EACH LESSON, WE COVER:

  • Types of abuse
  • Signs and symptoms of abuse
  • Effects of abuse
  • What to do if you suspect abuse
  • How to handle disclosures
  • What happens after you file a report
  • Investigation processes
  • Referrals to The CARE Center

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There are three ways to receive Recognizing & Reporting training:

Train Online​

Receive the training in the privacy of your own home by taking it online. 

Use Key Name: THECARECENTER

Train at Your Location

An experienced presenter will come to your school, office, or organization to teach Recognizing & Reporting. The trainings are usually 1 hour, but can be molded to fit your availability. 

Train at the Care Center

Education Trainings take place at The CARE Center on the first Wednesday and third Thursday of each month at 6:30pm. Dinner and childcare is provided and ROAR Trainings are also available for children ages 4-8.

WHO should receive RECOGNIZING & REPORTING CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT training?

Teachers & Administrators

Parents

Foster Care Agencies

Day Care Centers

community organizations

Youth-serving Organizations

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Expansion to 1440 N. Everest

The CARE Center purchased a home located directly west of our main building at 1440 N. Everest Ave. The building was once utilized by the historic Brockway Center. Learn about our plans for expansion and how we’ll honor the building’s rich history.