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Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky

Lexington, KY – In times of high stress and uncertainty, the risk of child abuse and neglect increases. This risk, coupled with the drastic decline in child abuse and neglect reports since the COVID-19 crisis began, moved statewide nonprofit Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky (PCAK) to action.

Educator's Guide

Lexington, KY – Teachers across the state are learning to get creative in the way they engage with their students. From car parades, to virtual classrooms, to Skype tutoring, Kentucky’s educators are stepping up to the challenges that come with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Lexington, KY – Many families are struggling to make ends meet in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Count Me In Kentucky!

La pandemia del coronavirus nos ha provisto un numero de lecciones para nosotros como individuos, como miembros de la comunidad, y como nación.

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Governor Beshear plants pinwheels for child abuse prevention awareness

Despite physical distance, we can still raise awareness for prevention efforts this April! Check out this article from WHAS to learn more about our kick off at the Capitol:

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The coronavirus pandemic has provided a number of lessons for us as individuals, as community members, and as a country.

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This is a great op-ed by one of our #CountMeIn #2020Census partners.

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The Child Fatality and Near Fatality External Review Panel released its 2019 Annual Report.