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Missouri child advocacy centers are

RESILIENT!

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the COVID-19 pandemic to continue serving
children and families.

Reporting Abuse is #Essential4Kids

Reporting Abuse is
#Essential4Kids

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Missouri KidsFirst leads and supports
communities in abuse prevention!

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Our vision is for all children to be
treated with kindness, dignity and respect.

Missouri KidsFirst empowers adults to protect children from abuse and neglect through community education, professional training, and child advocacy.

SAFE-CARE

Missouri KidsFirst manages the SAFE-CARE (Sexual Assault Forensic Examination-Child Abuse Resource and Education) network. SAFE-CARE is Missouri’s medical response to child abuse.

PREVENTION

Although we would like to prevent child abuse and neglect from ever occurring, we believe that adults must also be educated and empowered to recognize and react responsibly to child abuse.

POLICY

Missouri KidsFirst advocates in the Missouri General Assembly for policies and statewide funding for programs that protect and prioritize the safety and well-being of children.

MANDATED REPORTER TRAINING

Missouri KidsFirst manages Missouri’s Child Abuse and Neglect, Mandated Reporter Training (free and online). We also provide in person mandated training to organizations for a fee.

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A child you know may have sent an image or you may come across an image accidentally. There is help! Contact the Cybertipline at CyberTipLine.org or 1-800-The-Lost. In Missouri, your can contact the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force at moicac.org or 636 -949-1848
Learn more about identifying and reporting child abuse at protectmokids.org.
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Children with disabilities are often incorrectly assumed to be uninterested in sex and are less likely to have received prevention education on body safety and healthy sexuality as a result. Help break this myth by learning more at protectmokids.com.
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Children with disabilities are often incorrectly assumed to be uninterested in sex and are less likely to have received prevention education on body safety and healthy sexuality as a result. Help break this myth by learning more at protectmokids.com.
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To protect children, mandated reporters must consider a family's culture when reporting. Culture shapes attitudes and ideas about acceptable child behavior and discipline, and can influence reactions to stress, trauma, and abuse. Learn how to be a culturally responsive mandated reporter @ protectmokids.com
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This month we are proud to participate in #CoMoGives, a regional fundraising campaign that runs through December 31. Learn more and help us reach our goal of $3,000 this year at: https://comogives.com/missouri-kidsfirst-3/

Your contribution will go directly to programs and services that work to improve the response to and prevention of child abuse in Missouri.
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This #GivingTuesday support Missouri KidsFirst! Missouri KidsFirst is a leading voice across the state on issues of child abuse and neglect. We work in partnership with our members to empower adults to protect children from abuse through education, training and advocacy. Please consider contributing at www.missourikidsfirst.org/donate. Your support will go toward statewide programs and services to improve the response to and prevention of child abuse.

BONUS! Contributions of $100 or more made through our website at www.missourikidsfirst.org/donate are eligible for a Missouri Champion for Children Tax Credit.

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A child you know may have sent an image or you may come across an image. There is help! Contact the Cybertipline at https://t.co/OlanPVp38d or 1-800-The-Lost. In MO, your can contact ICAC https://t.co/YeGO86vS9Z or 636 -949-1848. Learn more about at https://t.co/GqtX6X9qn0. https://t.co/AKFBtLTNiW
Children with disabilities are often incorrectly assumed to be uninterested in sex and are less likely to have received prevention education on body safety and healthy sexuality as a result. Help break this myth by learning more at https://t.co/MFNh6634J5. https://t.co/nnLIV1qzE4
Children with disabilities are often incorrectly assumed to be uninterested in sex and are less likely to have received prevention education on body safety and healthy sexuality as a result. Help break this myth by learning more at https://t.co/MFNh6634J5. https://t.co/eVXNPMQX2d
To protect children, mandated reporters must consider a family's culture. Culture shapes attitudes and ideas about acceptable child behavior and discipline, and can influence reactions. Learn how to be a culturally responsive mandated reporter @ https://t.co/MFNh6634J5 https://t.co/bDEa4bgCTK
This month we are proud to participate in #CoMoGives, a regional fundraising campaign that runs through December 31. Learn more and help us reach our goal of $3,000 this year at: https://t.co/VtmZ2qtKXh https://t.co/ywa18vzTLP

OUR STORY

Missouri KidsFirst primarily leads and supports communities in abuse prevention, provides training to multi-disciplinary team members engaged in child protection, and advocates public policies that address and prevent child abuse.

For immediate help, please call Missouri’s Statewide Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline: 1-800-392-3738

Missouri KidsFirst is not a 24-hour service provider and does not provide crisis services.

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520 Dix Road, Suite C
Jefferson City, MO 65109
 
Phone: 573-632-4600