Recognize, RESPOND and Report Child Abuse
Arkansas leads the nation in the number of traumatized children. Northwest Arkansas leads the state in number of reported cases of child abuse. In 2019, Benton County alone reported 392 confirmed cases. Learn how to recognize, respond, and report when you suspect a child is being abused. Length: 90-120 minutes, also available in Spanish
From Trauma to Resilience: Comprehensive Trauma-Informed Care
Learn about the effects of toxic stress, the Adverse Childhood Experience study (ACEs), and tools needed to provide trauma-informed care. Length: 3-4 hours
Youth – Body Safety & Prevention
- Kindergarten – 3rd Grade
- 4th Grade – 6th Grade
- 7th Grade- 9th Grade
- 9th Grade – 12th Grade
Presentation geared towards specific age groups that focus on personal safety to reduce vulnerability in an empowering and positive way. Length: approx. 40 minutes
Parents & Families – Strengthening Families
Discuss the effects of trauma and ways to strengthen six protective factors for families, while reducing the risk of child abuse. Length: 90-120 minutes
Organizations – A Safer Sanctuary and Within Your Walls: Building Blocks for YSOs
Specifically developed to assist the faith communities and youth-serving organizations in developing policy and procedures to protect themselves from allegations and situations of abuse. Length: 90-120 minutes
Find out what we do, who we are, and ways to get involved and make a difference in our community. Length: 60 minutes
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The Children’s Advocacy Center of Benton County is a provider of continuing education and professional development for the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE).