Centers all over Washington State will be hosting a variety of events to promote Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month. Support the amazing work we do to bring hope and healing to young victims of abuse by attending an event in your area.
Everyday Self-care Living with Trauma
An event to teach about ways to incorporate self-care and wellness in everyday life trauma. Methods and techniques for wellness will be demonstrated by a staff from different disciplines.
Location: Don Hatch Youth Center, Greg Williams Court.
Date: April 25th
Time: 11 am- 2pm
Strides of Strength
A walk to empower victims and survivors of crime. This will also give our community a chance to demonstrate their commitment to preventing crime. With each step, we provide strength and support to crime victims.
Location: 640 N Columbia Center Blvd, Kennewick
Date: April 29th
Time: 11 am
Little People Project
Wooden figurines of children will be placed in the Columbia Center Mall to raise awareness about child physical and sexual abuse. Each figurine represents one of the 295 children who were interviewed by our Kid’s Haven Program in the last year.
Location: Columbia Center Mall
Date: April 7th – 14th
Crime survivors are decorating T-shirts with an artistic display of how victimization impacted their lives. The T-shirts will be hung on a clothesline during the week at local libraries for the community to see the impact of crime on survivors.
Location: Kennewick Libraries
Date: April 3-7th
Pinwheels will be placed throughout downtown Everett to promote and create conversation about Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month.
A community-wide proclamation will be taking place on Tuesday, April 4th at the County Board meeting. The Arthur D. Curtis Justice Center will also be placing pinwheels throughout town.