1 in 10 children will be sexually abused before their 18th birthday, but community members taking action to help keep kids safe makes a huge difference. Learning how to recognize the signs of abuse and make a report to authorities is an effective intervention tool everyone can use to reduce the occurrences and traumatic impact of abuse on children in our communities. Below, you'll find multiple training days and times.
Want to do more to protect kids? Great!
- Share this webpage with your social network--anyone can attend a training and protect kids for free.
- Share your key takeaways with your friends. Encourage them to register for Keeping Kids Safe.
- Let leadership at your company know that Keeping Kids Safe training would be meaningful addition to your company's wellness program.
- Take a few minutes to learn about your local Children's Advocacy Center and the services they provide--there are 40 centers located throughout Michigan.
This training does not qualify as Mandated Reporter Training.
Many professions define individuals as "mandated reporters." Are you a mandated reporter? Find out HERE. These individuals are required by Michigan law to report any suspicion of abuse to authorities. For everyone else--you're in the right spot!