In the United States, more than 46 million kids experience trauma and violence every year—greater than the populations of Florida, New York, and Wisconsin combined.

Connected neighborhoods, where people feel a sense of place and belonging, can prevent childhood exposure to violence. Be an active member of your community!

Close to Home Resource Set
Everyday Magic: How Adults Can Support Children Exposed to Violence and Trauma
What Can I do to Support Children and Youth in my Neighborhood?
What You Can Do to Prevent Child Abuse

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Erin Fairchild (503) 988-4995
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