Tips for Child Safety & Transitioning Out of Shelter-In-Place

Recently, there was a report that the number of child abuse reports was down 40% in the state of Indiana. Normally, those numbers would provide us an opportunity to celebrate, but unfortunately, we know those numbers paint a different picture. Since Shelter-in-Place took effect in the middle of March in Indiana, families have been huddled […]

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Stress Management

Being under one roof with every family member can cause stress for all involved.  With the lockdown in place for a few more weeks, everyone will be feeling that cabin fever.  Rather than having this tension cause rifts among family members, we can take steps to release some of that tension. Whether you are sheltering […]

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When Kids Are Home Alone

Currently, most states are under a Shelter-at-Home order. Unless someone must go out for necessary items like work, food or medicine, he or she is expected to abide by the rules of Social Distancing.  With more stores limiting the number of individuals that can enter, and with many people still having to physically go to […]

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Essential Workers – Call to Action

Are you an essential worker? Do you know someone who is an essential worker? Are you ordering online delivery, takeout from restaurants, delivery sites like Grubhub, interacting with your local pharmacist, grocery cashier and the like? Reporting child abuse and neglect is everyone’s responsibility and in times of crisis and economic instability, child abuse and […]

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Staying Safe in the Digital Age

Now more than ever it is crucial to protect children from online predators.  With more individuals working from home and children home from school, online predators are sitting, waiting for children to log on.  It was found that 1 in 10 kids under the age of 10, have been exposed to online pornography.  With simple […]

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When Kids Are Home Alone

Older Youth

Currently, most states are under a Shelter-at-Home order. Unless someone must go out for necessary items like work, food or medicine, he or she is expected to abide by the rules of Social Distancing.  With more stores limiting the number of individuals that can enter, and with many people still having to physically go to […]

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