July 7: Keeping Your Tweens Safe Online

July 7: Keeping Your Tweens Safe Online

This webinar’s focus is online safety tips and tools for parents of tweens and teens. Learn best practices for working with your kids as they navigate their online presence. Please note, we will be talking openly about sexuality and how to talk with our kids about their natural curiosity while keeping them safe online.

In Partnership with Maryland CASA.

Date:  July 7th, 2020

Time:  12:00PM

Cost:  Free, but Pre-Registration is Required

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Special Note from Our President

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May 28: Keeping Your Tweens & Teens Safe Online

Keeping Your Tweens & Teens Safe Online

This webinar’s focus is online safety tips and tools for parents of tweens and teens. Learn best practices for working with your kids as they navigate their online presence. Please note, we will be talking openly about sexuality and how to talk with our kids about their natural curiosity while keeping them safe online.

Date:  Thursday, May 28th, 2020

Time:  10:00AM – 10:45AM

Cost:  Free, but Pre-Registration is Required

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May 21: Keeping Your Kids Safe Online Webinar

Keeping Your Kids Safe Online Webinar

This webinar’s focus is online safety tips and tools for parents of preschool and school age kids. Learn best practices for setting boundaries for how your kids interact with technology.

Date:  Thursday, May 21st, 2020

Time:  10:00AM – 10:45AM

Cost:  Free, but Pre-Registration is Required

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April 14: Counseling Grant Program Webinar

Counseling Grant Program Webinar

NMSC believes that counseling provides adult victims of childhood sexual abuse an opportunity to process their abuse in a safe, therapeutic setting. Our goal is that victims move towards healing and see themselves as survivors.
 
We recognize that cost can be a barrier to care. To address this concern, we are offering counseling grants to licensed therapists who are trained to work with adult survivors of child sexual abuse.
 
Grants help cover co-pays, the cost differences between pre-approved adjusted feed scale or for full service costs. Grants cannot exceed $2,000 per client.
 
Join No More Stolen Childhoods’ Executive Director, Vanessa Milio, for a virtual event discussing our Counseling Grants Program.

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