Through recent news stories, many of us know that child sexual abuse occurs nearly everywhere. It is not isolated to just one community or one organization. Yet, there is a natural inclination to believe that sexual abuse won’t happen in our own communities, not to mention our own organizations. Awareness and education are the first step, but we need to make strides to protect children and to eradicate child sexual abuse.
In this webinar, learn how to create a culture of safety and accountability, where predators are afraid to work or volunteer at your organization. Learn how to empower yourself and your staff to make your organization abuse-proof. And learn what you can do to make your organization and your community stronger.
|The 5 Essential Elements of Every Abuse Prevention Policy||for YMCAs||for JCCs||for camps|
|Sample Child Abuse Prevention Plan||for YMCAs||for JCCs||for camps|
|Sample Child Abuse Prevention Code of Conduct||for YMCAs||for JCCs||for camps|
|Childcare Quick Check Cards Template||for YMCAs||for JCCs||for camps|
|Members Code of Conduct||for YMCAs||for JCCs||for camps|
|Abuse Prevention Information for Parents||for YMCAs||for JCCs||for camps|
|How to Keep Your Locker Rooms Safe||for YMCAs||for JCCs||N/A|
|How Safe Are Your Bathrooms?||for YMCAs||for JCCs||for camps|
|Employee and Volunteer Screening||for YMCAs||for JCCs||for camps|
|Protect Children Through Hiring Practices||for YMCAs||for JCCs||for camps|