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We Stand Up Organization Creates PSA, Video, Book 0

We Stand Up Organization Creates PSA, Video, Book

The We Stand Up Coalition (www.we-stand-up.org) is an organization in Delaware that is working for the awareness and prevention of Child Sexual Abuse. They recently collaborated with a publishing/media group to create a song, publish a book, music video, and Public Service Announcement (PSA) to bring awareness to sexual molestation. The founder of the We Stand Up Coalition, Terrance Tykeem, published a book about child molestation called “TOUCHED.” The book also acknowledges the work Dreamcatchers for Abused Children does. The acknowledgment can be found on page 105.

Dreamcatchers Mobile Apps Available for Scan, Download 0

Dreamcatchers Mobile Apps Available for Scan, Download

Dreamcatchers new Apps are currently available for scan or download for FREE!! Keep up-to-date with DFAC books, advocacy work, internet radio shows, news, events, book signings and more. Scan or download the App today. Apps coming to Amazon and Google soon!

Dr. Phil Uses Dreamcatchers for Abused Children As A Source 0

Dr. Phil Uses Dreamcatchers for Abused Children As A Source

Parents, you need to prepare your children for the real world — not the world you wish they were inheriting. From Life Code: The New Rules for Winning in the Real World, Dr. Phil shares some shocking statistics about children being raised in today’s family paradigm: Your children were born into a very different world from the one you were born into and grew up in. When the game changes, so do the rules, and boy, oh boy, has the game changed for your children! The family paradigm has changed radically. When I grew up, the typical family was still a working dad, a stay-at-home mom, and two or three children in a neighborhood full of intact families. Today, the divorce rate is around 40 percent, and children living with a single parent or in a blended family are common. And this creates a whole new environment of risk for children.

Child Trafficking Film: Trade of Innocents 0

Child Trafficking Film: Trade of Innocents

Pornography is shown to sex trafficking victims to train them in what they will have to perform/endure. Since they are not able to choose what they do, they will have to do whatever the client wants. Often, the client wants to perform sex acts they’ve seen in porn. They themselves have been educated by porn. Therefore, the victim will need to know how to execute various scenarios satisfactorily.

Dreamcatchers 2013 Review 0

Dreamcatchers 2013 Review

Dreamcatchers for Abused Children would like to take a moment to reflect upon our accomplishments in 2013. We couldn’t be more proud of our staff, board, sponsors, community partners and our followers who make our work possible. We will continue to be a voice for our children and strive for nonprofit excellence for ourselves and our colleagues in the sector. This 2013 Year in Review is intended to provide you with a snapshot of our community work over the past year. We are pleased to present these highlights of our recent work…

U.S. House Passes the Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act 0

U.S. House Passes the Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House Monday passed a bill that would make it easier for the government to prosecute people suspected of child abuse. H.R. 3627, the Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act, was approved in a voice vote, the Washington publication the Hill reported.

New ICE App Tracks Pedophiles 0

New ICE App Tracks Pedophiles

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has launched a smartphone app to track sexual predators. The app is part of a federal effort called “Operation Predator.” It aims to protect children from sexual predators, including child traffickers and those who travel overseas for sex with minors.

DFAC Releases “Silent Screams” 0

DFAC Releases “Silent Screams”

K-POTT BOOKS is proud to announce the release, “Silent Screams” by Dreamcatchers for Abused Children authors. These leading ladies are best known for their work with Dreamcatchers for Abused Children, a worldwide charity dedicated to child abuse awareness. With Erin’s Law going into effect nationwide as early as January 2014, Dreamcatchers for Abused Children has united with Erin Merryn of Erin’s Law to create childhood sexual abuse awareness by creating an educational self-help tutorial handbook.

Project Unbreakable: Sex Abuse Healing 0

Project Unbreakable: Sex Abuse Healing

The mission of Project Unbreakable is to increase awareness of the issues surrounding sexual assault and encourage the act of healing through art. Since the project’s conception in October 2011, it has featured over two thousand images of sexual assault survivors holding posters with quotes from their attackers. Project Unbreakable has been featured media outlets such as Glamour, TIME, The Huffington Post, and The Guardian. If you are interested in participating by submitting in your own image, you may send an email to projectunbreakablesubmissions @gmail.com. All other questions/concerns can be sent to projectunbreakable@gmail.com.

Dreamcatchers 2013 MACA March 0

Dreamcatchers 2013 MACA March

Monday was a beautiful day for a walk in Port Huron. More than 400 new friends took advantage of the cloudless skies and warm temperatures to take part in the Million March Against Child Abuse, a cooperative 250-city march to raise awareness about child abuse. The anti-abuse activists gathered at Pine Grove Park and marched to the court house and back to the park, where they participated in several family fun activities at the park. Bounce houses, face painting, strolling pirates, live music and a live theater group were on hand.

Child Abuse Prevention Month 0

Child Abuse Prevention Month

APRIL is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to recognize that we each can play a part in promoting the social and emotional well-being of children and families in our communities. Child maltreatment is defined as “any recent act or failure to act on the part of a parent or caretaker, which results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, sexual abuse, or exploitation, or an act or failure to act which presents an imminent risk of serious harm.” The four major types of child maltreatment, neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, and emotional abuse, affect millions of children each year. They often take place in the home and come from a person the child knows well – a parent, relative, babysitter or friend of the family.

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