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Posts by Sara Henderson

Community Awareness Specialist Position Now Open

Position Description: Community Awareness Specialist will generate widespread public awareness of child abuse and neglect and educate/inform crime victims so they have full access to the programs and services available. The position will based out of the Wentzville Office, however travel will be required to all 14 counties we serve. Must be flexible to work evening…

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Superheroes for Kids Trivia Night to benefit The Child Center, Inc.

The Child Center, Inc. will host its annual Superheroes for Kids Trivia Night on Friday, February 9, 2018, at St. Peter Parish Center located at 301 First Capitol Dr. in St. Charles, Missouri.  Doors open at 6:00 pm and Trivia starts at 7:00 pm. The evening will be themed around the board game “Clue” and…

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Multiply Your Donation to Benefit Children in Your Community

It’s a Win Win! You benefit on your taxes, AND assist The Child Center, Inc. in responding to child abuse! As the year draws to a close, and you are considering your end-of-year charitable giving, we want to remind you of the available tax credits you may qualify for with a donation to The Child…

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Meet Oakley, The Child Center, Inc. Newest Facility Dog

The Child Center, Inc. is thrilled to announce the arrival of their newest facility dog, Oakley. Oakley can perform over 40 commands but his primary job at The Child Center, Inc. is to provide comfort and support to children who are talking about the details of their abuse during a forensic interview. The Child Center,…

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Keeping kids safe from abuse during the holidays!

The holidays are a joyous time for adults and kids alike. But amidst the celebration, we’d like to let you in on an often-unknown secret surrounding this time of year. During the holidays, when visitors abound, schedules get hectic, and parents are often overwhelmed, all types of child abuse increase. So now is the perfect…

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Advocate Newsletter – November 2017

We’d like to welcome you to The Child Center, Inc.’s first newsletter! We’re excited to better communicate our success and needs to you throughout the year, and to offer child abuse education to our community members. Every quarter our newsletter will arrive by email and we’ll also have limited printed copies available. Please flip through…

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The Child Center, Inc. Joins the Global #GivingTuesday Movement

Using the power of social media on November 28th to help end child abuse. The Child Center, Inc., the child advocacy center for Northeast Missouri, will take part in #GivingTuesday, the global movement driven by social media and the generosity of people around the world. On November 28, supporters can make an online donation to…

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The Child Center, Inc. is Awarded $109,000 in Youth Opportunities Program Tax Credits

The Child Center, Inc. is pleased to announce that Youth Opportunities Program (YOP) Tax Credit is now available for anyone who pays Missouri State Income Tax and donates to The Child Center’s Capital Campaign. All individuals, LLCs, partnerships, banks, or corporations with Missouri tax liability are eligible for the program. Any donation of $500 or…

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Talking to Children about Disasters

In today’s new cycle, we see and hear about disasters, attacks, and other terrible events regularly. Children hear these stories too! Though they may not fully comprehend what’s happening, children are perceptive and understand when stories are frightening or cause distress in their parents. Many parents have questions about how to talk to children about…

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Cheers! To Benefit The Child Center, Inc.

The Child Center, Inc. invites members of the general public to sample a variety of great tasting beers and savory appetizers in a pleasant atmosphere at their 2nd Annual Beer Tasting. The “Cheers!” Beer Tasting will take place at Friendship Brewing Company located at 100 E. Pitman Road in Wentzville on Monday, October 16th starting…

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