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Kids should ONLY have to tell their story ONCE!
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WindsorEssexCAS Nov 15
ATTENTION...We are back online. Our Internet presence has been restored. Please share/Retweet. Thank you for your patience!
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 15
Thank you to the A Book of My Own Literacy Campaign for the kind donation of new books πŸ“š
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 15
is thankful for all that Forensic Nurses do for children/youth who attend the Centre to tell their stories of the abuse they have endured. - THANK YOU! πŸ’›πŸ’œπŸ’š
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 14
"In the investigation process with the newly implemented Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre, Chapman said the child is interviewed at the Centre instead of the police station and only has to tell his or her story once."
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 14
We are looking for donations of items to provide year-round to children/youth who attend , to provide comfort as healing begins. Contact us at 519-995-3974. πŸ’›πŸ’œπŸ’š
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre retweeted
WindsorEssexCAS Nov 14
NOTICE: Due to unforeseen events not within our control, WECAS has lost its Internet presence. This means that we cannot use external email nor provide information via its website at this time. Please call 519-252-1171 or fax 519-256-2739 until this can be rectified. Thank you.
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 14
"Kids should ONLY have to tell their story ONCE!" aims to reduce retraumatization by providing a child-centred, safe space where children/youth can speak to the req' professionals about the abuse they have endured- ONCE.
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WindsorEssexCAS Nov 13
NOTICE: Due to unforeseen events not within our control, WECAS has lost its Internet presence. This means that we cannot use external email nor provide information via its website at this time. Please call 519-252-1171 or fax 519-256-2739 until this can be rectified. Thank you.
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Tina Gatt Nov 13
We are half way through this informative panel presentation! Talking about the our collective responsibility in keeping children & youth safe!
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Kristen French CACN Nov 13
Child abuse is a sad reality that can happen in any family, community or neighbourhood. It transcends all backgrounds, cultures and walks of life. Since opening in 2008, over 3,000 children and youth have found a place to disclose abuse at our centre.
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 11
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 8
Healthy relationship tip: Teach children "You can always tell your secrets to your Safe Adult if something makes you feel uncomfortable." For more info on starting the Safe Touch talk, call 519-995-3974.
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MoodDisorders Canada Nov 8
Almost everyone has bad days from time to time β€” lots of people feel the same way you’re feeling right now, but it will get better. shares some tips for dealing with a bad day.
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 7
A healthy relationship tip for : Teach children it’s okay to say β€œNO” to unwanted hugs, kisses, and touches. For more information on starting the Safe Touch conversation, call at 519-995-3974.
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 6
A healthy relationship tip for : Teach your children "My Body Is My Body!". For more information on starting the Safe Touch conversation, call at 519-995-3974.
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Windsor Police Nov 4
Tree Lighting Ceremony Tonight - Help Shine the LπŸ’‘ght on Woman Abuse - Monday, November 4th, Charles Clarke Square at 6pm. In proud association with the Violence Against Women Coordinating Committee Windsor-Essex. Hope to see you there.
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Kristen French CACN Nov 1
You're never alone. Tell someone you trust. This message is conveyed in our Youth Advisory Council's newest video. Thank you to our Youth Advisory Council for their great work under the guidance of our Youth Outreach Coordinator. Please help get the word out by retweeting! ✨
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 1
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Windsor Police Nov 1
November is . Every 6 days in Canada a woman is murdered by an intimate partner. We as a society can do better. Together with community partners we strive to end violence against women and children through effective interventions and services.
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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre Nov 1
is proud to celebrate Random Act of Kindness Day! πŸ’›πŸ’œπŸ’š
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