- G.A.U.G.E. COHORT BEGINS -
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2023 - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
PC COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT MEETING
Join the Parent Coalition for Child Safety and Wellness via Google Meet
on Tuesday, November 28th starting at 6:00PM. Click below to access the Facebook Event & Meeting:
"IT TAKES A VILLAGE" GALA -
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2023, 6:00-8:00PM
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THE VILLAGE WEEKLY PROGRAMS/6-PART SERIES. BEGINNING FALL 2023
FINANCIAL LITERACY / WRAP WITH SCHOOL CARE TEAM / EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE /
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT / FITNESS AND WELLNESS
2023 PROGRAMS AND PARTNERSHIPS INCLUDE:
IUSB MSW DEPARTMENT
1ST SOURCE BANK
PARENT COALITION FOR CHILD SAFETY & WELLNESS
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF ELKHART COUNTY
TRIPLE P - POSITIVE PARENTING - PRIMARY CARE TEENS
ACADEMY OF EXCELLENCE PRESENTED BY ADRIAN RILEY
POSITIVELY ELKHART COUNTY PRESENT WORKSHOPS / COMMUNITY SERVICE DAYS
THE CITY OF ELKHART PARKS AND RECREATION
THE ELKHART PUBLIC LIBRARY TUTORING SERVICES
THE ELKHART HEALTH DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS AND
JAKE WEBSTER - AWARD WINNING ARTIST, POET AND SCULPTURE
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT (JA)
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It takes a Village to raise our children! Enroll your child today as we address child safety, equip our youth with conflict resolution and alternative to violence techniques and provide mentors to help build the next generation of leaders. We have partnered with many local organizations to ensure ALL kids, regardless of their status, are receiving an empowering experience and opportunities to thrive!
Register your child HERE today!
The Parent Coalition for Child Safety & Wellness (PC) (formerly Elkhart Community Schools (ECS) Parent Coalition for Bully Prevention & Mental Health) began within ECS in March 2022 in response to the local suicide of 12-year-old North Side Middle School student, Rio Allred; a known victim of bullying by her classmates. We have since grown and formed as a statewide community collective of dedicated parents and volunteers to pursue our mission of child safety and wellness. To encompass our growth, we have partnered with The United Village Inc., a local organization with a mission of serving at-risk youth and vulnerable populations.
In reflecting on our last year of advocacy both locally and at the state-level, we can confirm that the issues we are facing in our schools and communities surrounding bullying and child safety impacts us all and it will take a Village to ensure the safety and well-being of ALL our children. With this understanding, our PC is launching a Statewide CALL TO ACTION Parent & Community Campaign to create child safety and culture change through Advocacy, Education, and Empowerment. Our team of dedicated parents and volunteers recently testified and advocated to pass House Bill 1483; legislation that now requires schools to document bullying and/or abusive behaviors for the victim/student (our language), which took effect July 1, 2023!
For more information, click HERE.