Human Services Resources
As educators, our main priority is the holistic welfare of our students. Ensuring that our teams are well-trained in identifying suspected child abuse or neglect, and who to report this to, is key.
Click the button below to access Child Welfare Information Gateway’s “State-by-State Training Resources for Mandatory Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse or Neglect”.
Child Help National Child Abuse Hotline
Protecting Children is Everybody’s Business
“We’ve heard the saying ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ but does it also take a village to protect a child? Bob Lonne talks us through the current state of child protection and how building up community around children and families, by making it everyone’s business, could lead to better outcomes in the future” (TEDxQUT, 2021).
Empowering Youth: Police Contact Resources
Aurora Police Department’s “Know your rights: Empowering youth curriculum.
*Disclaimer: Individual jurisdiction laws may vary. This resource is meant to be a conversation starter for teachers and students, not a prescriptive element.
Resources to help prevent human trafficking.
Know the warning signs of human trafficking to help keep students safe.
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