At Echo Parenting & Education, we’re dedicated to reimagining the parent/child dynamic. We offer program participants a whole new way of looking at family building. We help people throughout the community move away from fear-based judging toward empathetic nurturing. And we’re all about raising children with care and building loving, respectful families. We’re here to make the world a better place for children to grow!
Neglect makes up most of the abuse/neglect cases. Neglect is the failure of a parent, guardian, or other caregiver to provide for a child's basic needs. Neglect includes, but is not limited to, the failure to provide food, shelter, medical care, and mental health treatment.
Yes ICAN (International Child Abuse Network) is a premier provider of crisis, information and referral services world-wide for those who are having issues around child abuse. YIC is a volunteer-only organization. It is the only online provider of facilitated support groups and resources for survivors of child abuse and domestic violence. All facilitators have gone through training before they begin to facilitate groups. Our mission is to break the silence and cycle of abuse.
Jim Hopper's reasons for publishing this page, full of resources: To help those looking for resources on the sexual abuse of boys & the lasting effects of childhood abuse in men. To provide resources for men who were sexually abused in childhood and want to know what professional researchers and therapists have learned. To provide resources for girlfriends, spouses, partners, friends and family members of men who were (or may have been) sexually abused in childhood.
Emily and Sharyn are both volunteers for this wonderful nonprofit, YesICAN. Sharyn is a board member and Emily currently works on their Social Media- Surprise! Please show them your support and help break the silence & cycle of abuse. visit them at http://www.yesican.org/ www.pinterest.com/YesICANorg #ChildAbuse #DomesticViolence