Sometimes youth need help managing their emotions or behavior. This article shows the types of licensed mental health professionals you can turn to.
Posts Tagged ‘Abuse Prevention’
Has your child’s behavior made you concerned that they might be using substances? These 8 warning signs can help you determine if your child is using drugs.
There are several ways you can help a child who’s been abused or neglected. Read this article to learn some of the best ways to get involved.
If you feel that a career in child welfare may be right for you or someone you know, here’s a brief snapshot of a few jobs that help children and families in need.
The opioid crisis is harming children and families across the nation. Read how this has affected Kentucky children and how you can help.
Steve White was a foster parent before he came to work for KVC, and he hopes that his story will inspire others to become a foster parent as well.
Communities play a vital role in helping to prevent child abuse and neglect, so throughout the month of April, KVC Kentucky staff proudly participated in multiple events across the state to help raise awareness during Child Abuse Prevention Month.
C.A.R.E. is used by non-clinical workers to strengthen child-adult attachments and teach desired behaviors to children.
Kentucky Youth Advocates (KYA) highlighted Family Preservation Programs as a smart investment for Kentucky families.
Prevent Child Abuse Month may end today, but advocacy for children is year round. Helping children can be as simple as being a friend, helping a new mom, and volunteering. You don’t have to go out of your way to help a child, or even change your daily routine. Advocacy can take place every day through small gestures.