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What’s the worst thing that can happen to a child?

We don’t even want to think about it. But we are asking you to.

Family Pathways is bringing awareness to the atrocities of child abuse during April’s Child Abuse Awareness Month with a new Blue Ribbon Campaign.

One child being abused is too many, yet last year, Youth Services and Refuge staff worked with 627 children who were living with abuse. These programs work daily to educate parents regarding the effects of violence on their children by facilitating parenting classes, supervised visitation with non-custodial parents, and youth programming around healthy relationships and boundaries.

You can join Family Pathways and many local businesses working together to stop child abuse. NO child deserves to be abused. We can start prevention by spreading awareness. Family Pathways and local businesses will be selling child abuse awareness stickers. With your purchase of a sticker, you will receive 10% off your purchase at ANY Family Pathways Thrift Store, redeemable on any Monday in April (one-time use only). 

Download a list of the participating businesses.