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Face It® Movement Releases Ten Child Safety Tips for LouisvilleKY Caregivers During the Holiday Season and Beyond

(Louisville, KY, – The 2017 holiday season is well underway and, as families gather to celebrate and spend time together, Face It® has released tips for family, friends, neighbors, and the broader community to keep kids safe. The holidays can be stressful for many reasons and everyone can play a role in keeping kids safe, including preventing abuse and avoiding unsafe situations that can result from excessive alcohol, overly stressed parents, and children’s contact with extended family and friends. Here are ten helpful tips to share with friends and family about child safety. Talking to other adults about child abuse can…


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Face It Focuses on Prevention of Abuse in LouisvilleKY

As the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly is in session, Face It® Partners are working on more public education and policies to prevent and end child abuse in this community. Today, Face It releases a new infographic with relevant information on the status of child abuse in Jefferson County and tips and tools for parents, community members, and professionals who work with children to help end this sad epidemic in our community. The new infographic reveals that nearly 3,000 children were abused or neglected in a given year in Jefferson County. Several warning signs of physical abuse exist that community members…


The Face It® Movement announces Office of Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell as new partner

June 11, 2015. Louisville, KY – The Face It® Movement with its vision that all children in Jefferson County will be free from abuse and neglect by 2023, is proud to announce the Office of Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell as its latest partner in the effort against child abuse and neglect. “I am thrilled to join the Face It partnership to end child abuse,” says Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell. “Unfortunately, as prosecutors we see the victims of abuse and neglect far too frequently. We are committed to working to bring justice for these victims. But the effort must…