Young children need constant supervision, and we always want to know who is watching our children. But what happens when your reliable, fully vetted childcare is no longer available due to COVID-19? There are many risks specific to children during this pandemic, … Continue reading
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, one in five American adults has one or more forms of mental illness. Additionally, one in 25 adults is living with a serious mental health condition that can have long-term or lifelong effects on their mental well-being. … Continue reading
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Protecting children – the most vulnerable among us – requires constant effort and can be challenging in even the best of times. Circumstances are rarely ideal, but we are facing something unpredictable. That makes our jobs even harder as parents, … Continue reading
Our primary goal at the Child Advocacy Center of Niagara is to keep children and families safe. We continue this mission during the COVID-19 crisis. The Center remains open to provide support services to children and families. However, in-person appointments have been stopped with limited exceptions. … Continue reading
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled several products due to potential safety hazards for babies. To go directly to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recall pages for each item, click on the product name above each image. … Continue reading
The Child Advocacy Center of Niagara has joined the New York State Children’s Alliance in the One Too Many campaign to prevent child abuse.
One in 10 children will be abused before their 18th birthday. The “One Too Many” statewide initiative was founded to address this reality, … Continue reading
April 30, 2019, Hyde Park Ice Pavilion
4 pm – resource tables/program; 5 pm – walk
Preventing Child Abuse & Neglect
Prevention is the best hope for reducing child abuse and neglect and improving the lives of children and families. Strengthening families and preventing child abuse requires a shared commitment of individuals and organizations in every community. … Continue reading