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Child Abuse Prevention Training & Education For Victims & Parents In Warren & Washington County NY



N.Y.S. Mandated Reporter Training

The N.Y.S. Mandated Reporter Training offers your agency a panel of experts, who specialize in child abuse cases, we will walk you through the process of mandated reporting beginning with an initial abuse disclosure through investigation, prosecution, and beyond. The panel of experts includes representatives from Child Protective Services, Law Enforcement, District Attorney’s Office, Victim Advocates, and CARE Center staff. This training is 60 minutes long with the ability to be tailored based on individual need.


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Cyber Safety Resources and Training

Staff at the Warren-Washington C.A.R.E. Center will share tips, videos and facilitate discussions geared to how caregivers can keep children safe online. These free, multimedia internet safety presentations tailored for specific audiences — parents and communities, teens, tweens, and younger children and were developed by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. There innovative presentations make use of online resources, videos, and expert tips to educate, engage, and empower children and adults to be safer on and offline.​



Child victims and family members are offered helpful educational materials as well as a comprehensive list of community resources available to assist during the aftermath of an abuse disclosure.


Community Presentations and Awareness

Center staff is available to provide information and outreach to the community on topics related to child abuse and the Child Advocacy Center Model.


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