Coffee County CAC offers free training to Hispanic community
Coffee County Children's Advocacy Center has partnered with Stacy Morales Garcia to provide free training on child abuse prevention to the Hispanic community. The training session is scheduled for 5-7 p.m., July 12, at Coffee County Administrative Plaza community room. The training will be in Spanish and all materials will be in Spanish, and will be free for participants.
Coffee County CAC’s authorized facilitators use Darkness to Light's Stewards of Children program. The program educates adults to react appropriately to child sexual abuse. The goal of the program is to end child abuse by training adults to recognize and prevent child abuse. The program is ′′the only evidence-focused, adult-centered child sexual abuse prevention training that has shown increased knowledge and behavioral change," according to www.d2l.org.
Thanks to a grant received by Coffee County CAC, the organization is training adults in the community, and these training sessions are free.
Please contact Stacy Morales Garcia or email Elena Cawley at email@example.com to sign up for the training.