Monday, 23 October 2017 12:58

CAC Offering Training to Help End Child Abuse

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Seated from left are Oswego County Probation Officer Rhiannon Sixberry, Connie Dumas, and Jessica Westberry of Hillside Youth and Families. Standing from left are Oswego County Probation Officer Shannon Roth, Mexico School District Counselor Lisa Szewczyk, and Samuel Crisafulli and Kristen Slimmer of the Oswego County Youth Bureau. Seated from left are Oswego County Probation Officer Rhiannon Sixberry, Connie Dumas, and Jessica Westberry of Hillside Youth and Families. Standing from left are Oswego County Probation Officer Shannon Roth, Mexico School District Counselor Lisa Szewczyk, and Samuel Crisafulli and Kristen Slimmer of the Oswego County Youth Bureau. Submitted photo

Protecting our Children. Connie Dumas, Outreach and Prevention Advocate with the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County recently facilitated a Stewards of Children© training class, 2 hour training course designed for organizations that serve youth, as well as community members that are concerned about the safety of children.

The focus of the training is to increase knowledge, improve attitudes, and change child protective behaviors. Additional Stewards of Children© training classes will be held in November and December.

Please join us as our goal is to train 450 people by the end of 2017.

For more information on the CAC, or to sign up for the Darkness to Light Stewards of Children© training, contact the CAC at 315-59CHILD (315-592-4453) or visit https://www.d2l.org/get-trained/ or www.eventbrite.com and search for a training near you.

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