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What You Can Do to Prevent Suicide

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To help protect you and those close to you from suicide, it’s important to learn the warning signs and how you can help prevent it.

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How to Address Challenging Behaviors in Children

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Challenging behaviors in children and teens happen in all families, but learn what is typical and what might need additional support to overcome.

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Suicide in Kentucky | Facts and Prevention

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Know the facts about suicide in Kentucky, and what you can do to help prevent it in your community.

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KVC Kentucky Raises Awareness During Child Abuse Prevention Month

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.

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Results are In: In-Home Behavioral Health Services are Successful and Effective

If home visiting can’t end poverty or the problems that come with it, advocates say it can make a difference with not only individual families but a society as a whole.

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Child Abuse Prevention- What Can I Do?

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.

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Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky Commit to Prevent 5K

KVC Kentucky is forming a team to participate in The 2nd Annual Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky Commit To Prevent®5K held on the grounds of the beautiful Kentucky Horse Park in April! Following the 5K Run Walk will be a 1/2 K Kids’ Race. This will be a family fun event with kids’ activities, inflatables, Lexington Legends Street […]

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Welcome KVC’s New Psychiatrist!

Dr. Marc Cruser officially joined KVC’s staff as the resident psychiatrist in early December. He brings with him over ten years experience assisting children and adults with their mental health needs.

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Help Prevent Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a billion dollar illegal industry. Learn how Kentucky Rescue and Restore educates the community on identifying human trafficking victims.

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