abuse prevention

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  • Cases described include educational reform, youth development programs and child abuse prevention programs.
  • Today it is one of the largest child abuse prevention non-profit organizations.
  • Member Associations provide non-profit family planning services, sexual health and abuse prevention training and education.
  • His major areas of interest are community mental health services, spiritual and religious therapy, and drug abuse prevention programs.
  • The campaign also involved a first-response community-based child abuse prevention trial that followed up on those families in which domestic violence had been reported.
  • She authored numerous articles, and wrote many research grants in the field of child abuse prevention.
  • Throughout his career, he has championed many causes, especially those related to substance abuse prevention and recovery programs.
  • The law also had to address a greater awareness that abuse prevention is not limited to actual violence.
  • Maran is especially credible because of the number of years she spent working in the child-abuse prevention area.
  • She also is a nationally recognized advocate for drug abuse prevention and treatment.
  • He has since been working with youth and giving presentations regarding drug abuse prevention and the importance of making positive choices.
  • He also worked in drug abuse prevention and health promotion, and in developing health, education, and training programs for schools and corporations.
  • Gil has worked in the field of child abuse prevention and treatment since 1973.
  • The program is sponsored by Childhelp, a national child abuse prevention and treatment non-profit organization.
  • Those explanations have been used to design parental care training, and have been particularly successful in the design of child abuse prevention programmes.
  • The foundation makes grants in four areas: child sexual abuse prevention, economic growth, education, and civic participation.
  • He also co-founded the Mentor Foundation, a leading international NGO voice of drug abuse prevention.
  • In recent years, RBS has raised its voice on a variety of issues such as road safety, child protection and crack abuse prevention.
  • The is a substance abuse prevention/education program targeting adult populations within the state who have contact with high risk youth and young adults.
  • His research contributions include mechanisms of action in community-based approaches to tobacco-, alcohol-, and drug-abuse prevention.
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