Join Baltimore Child Abuse Center Saturday, June 6, 2015 for a fun, family-friendly romp around Lake Montebello in your finest super hero costume to raise awareness around the issue of child abuse.
Here are some resources from the National Child Trauma Stress Network to help Professionals have conversations with children about current civil unrest in their community
In honor of that special person who has made an impact in your life, make a donation this Spring to Baltimore Child Abuse Center (BCAC) so that we can help Baltimore’s children receive the love, nurture, and protection they deserve.
Make a tribute gift online, and we’ll send a card to your honoree, thanking that special person for raising you to protect children just as they did.
You can make a difference by paying the love and protection offered to you forward to the children BCAC serves. Thank you.
Join Baltimore Child Abuse Center Saturday, June 6, 2015 for a FREE, fun, family-friendly romp around Lake Montebello in your finest super hero costume to raise awareness around the issue of child abuse.
All are welcome to attend, and super hero costumes are optional (although highly encouraged!)
DJ, face-painter, healthy snacks, and cape-making station will be on-hand for all to enjoy.
Click here to register and learn more!
BCAC frequently offers low-cost, useful trainings to youth-serving professionals at our office in Charles Village. Click here to learn more.
Check out this virtual tour produced by StoryFarm for a look at a day-in-the-life of BCAC.
Can your youth-serving institution afford to have a Sandusky / Penn State-like incident ruin its reputation and put your children at risk? Do you know how to report suspected abuse? Find out how you can protect your school and protect your children from the risk of child abuse. Click to learn more or send us an email to sign up your school or camp today! Watch the story on WBAL.
Read the article in the Jewish Times from 8/16/2013
BCAC, via a grant from the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention, created Project CARD to train first responders on the need for minimal facts collection when working with children. View our video and resources.
BCAC is committed to transparency. View our Guidestar report online here.