Past Child Abuse Prevention Programs

Past Child Abuse Prevention Programs. 2003 - 2006

  

 2003/2004

  • Allentown Health Bureau- Nurse Family Partnership
    The NFP is a voluntary program for first time, low-income pregnant woman. The nurse home visitors work intensively with the families to improve three broad areas: pregnancy outcomes, child health, development, and families’ economic self-sufficiency
      
  • Community Services for Children- Nurturing Network
    An intensive short-term in-home child abuse prevention program that focuses on the elimination of significant family stressors and the implementation of effective and essential skills for problem solving, appropriate care giving, attachment, safety and prevention through education, skill building, stress management, information dissemination and referral networking. 
     
  • Mosser Family Village- Family Support Liaison
    A FAMILY SUPPORT LIAISON ACTS AS A LIAISON BETWEEN MOSSER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, MOSSER VILLAGE FAMILY CENTER AND OCYS. 
     
  • Pinebrook- Together Families Program
    EVIDENCE BASED NURTURING PARENTING PROGRAMS ARE OFFERED TO FAMILIES IN NEED OF SERVICES TO PREVENT CHILD ABUSE.

 

2004/2005

  • Allentown Health Bureau- Nurse Family Partnership
  • Community Services for Children- Nurturing Network
  • Mosser Family Village- Family Support Liaison
  • Pinebrook- Together Families Program
  • Child Care Information Services- Unconditional Child Care
    This program provides intervention for children who are at risk of being withdrawn from child care programs because of behavior issues 
     
  • Communities in Schools- Child Abuse Prevention Curriculum
    This program incorporates curriculum for at risk youth within the Allentown School District, through lessening the chances of abuse among families who are at greatest risk by equipping the students to cope with their daily lives.  
     
  • The Fund to Benefit Children & Youth
    THIS PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR SPECIFIC ITEMS FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN BASED ON THE NEEDS OF THE FAMILY AT THE TIME OF REFERRAL.
    For more information, please contact Gail Howell at 610-433-5606 or at howgail@aol.com. 
     
  • St. Luke’s Visiting Nurse- Nurse Family Partnership and PATH
    Together the two programs address the many topics needed to prevent child abuse in the community. Positive results are achieved through the strong, established relationships between nurse’s and mothers. The nurse family partnership is voluntary home-base education and prevention program, which fosters parenting skills and enhances the material role with high risk, low-income first time mothers. The PATH program services young families specifically at risk for child neglect and abuse.

 

2005/2006

  • Allentown Health Bureau- Nurse Family Partnership
  • Community Services for Children- Nurturing Network
  • Mosser Family Village- Family Support Liaison
  • Pinebrook- Together Families Program
  • Child Care Information Services- Unconditional Child Care
  • The Fund to Benefit Children & Youth
  • St. Luke’s Visiting Nurse- Nurse Family Partnership and PATH

 

2006/2007

  • Allentown Health Bureau- Nurse Family Partnership
  • Mosser Family Village- Family Support Liaison
  •  Pinebrook- Together Families Program
  • Child Care Information Services- Unconditional Child Care
  • The Fund to Benefit Children & Youth
  • St. Luke’s Visiting Nurse- Nurse Family Partnership and Parent Advocate in The Home