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Sexual Abuse Prevention Training

Who Should Professionals in Youth Serving Organizations, Attend: Counselors, Parents, Concerned Community Leaders Where: When: CDC South, 3314 Purvis Rd Four sessions to choose from Thursday, 11 July, 0900-1130 or 1300-1530 Thursday, 18 July, 0900-1130* or 1300-1530

*This session only: co-facilitated by LtCol Scott Campbell, Advocate for Autistic/Non-Verbal Children.

1 in 4 Girls 1 in 6 Boys
are victims

Space is limited, so please register today! For more information or to register, call the Family Advocacy Program at 703-784-2570. www.quantico.usmc-mccs.org
In more than 90% of reported and investigated sexual abuse cases, the child and the childs family know and trust the alleged abuser. This program outlines evidence-based practices to prevent, recognize, and react to child sexual abuse.
A joint services partnership making a difference for military children! Training presented by Army Community Services, Family Advocacy Program Community Educator, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall in partnership with Quantico Marine Corps Community Services Family Advocacy Program, and the Child Development Center.

Sexual Abuse Prevention Training