Stewards of Children is the only nationally available program scientifically proven to increase knowledge, improve attitudes and change child-protective behaviors. This revolutionary program is for any responsible adult who cares about is the welfare of children. It is also appropriate for youth-serving organizations (sports leagues, day care centers, after school programs, children’s clubs, church groups and more). In less time than it takes to watch a football game or most movies you can learn how to protect the children you come into contact with on a regular basis.
More Information: About Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center: The Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center’s mission is to serve children who are victims of severe abuse through prevention, education and intervention. Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center (CCCAC) is a non-profit organization that provides a child-focused facility in a safe, neutral location. Interviews, advocacy and prevention services are conducted by a coordinated team of law enforcement, Department of Children’s Services, district attorney, mental health and medical professionals all working together in managing and reviewing each case. In 2011, CCCAC became a satellite clinic of Our Kids to provide medical exams for children who are victims of possible sexual abuse from Coffee, Franklin, Moore, Bedford, Grundy and Warren counties. No fees are ever charged for services provided by the Children’s Advocacy Center. About the facilitator: Heather Kleinfeld has been the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center’s Prevention Coordinator since 2008. She has been a trained facilitator with the Stewards of Children program since summer 2010. She has a bachelor’s degree in elementary education, and uses the information she learned with this career path to present the prevention program, Yello Dyno, to area pre-school and elementary school children in all three school systems in the county. Those interested in scheduling a Darkness to Light training for their organization can call Heather at (931) 723-8888 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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