Covid-19 Update & Flooding: With the spread of Covid-19, The Blue Ribbon Project is following guidance from our local and state government and will be postponing all Volunteer events until further notice. In addition to this, The Blue Ribbon Project recently experienced a significant flood to the lower floor of our building. Repairs are being made, however, this has made some of our rooms inaccessible. Mirah's Closet and other portions of The Blue Ribbon Project are OPEN by appointment.
There are many reasons why families may look into adoption, whether it is because of inability to have a biological child or just desire to add onto their family. Their desire for adoption will often lead them to their state's family services office, which is always looking for placement for the children that are in the care of the state. These state services include adoption, counseling, education, family relationships, head start, ways to work, and healing.
Survival skill training can be one way to help your child avoid becoming a victim. Youngsters that are secure in their ability to find food and shelter until help arrives will reduce their chances of being trapped by connivers. Of even greater importance are the bonds that are created between a child and his family. Children from secure homes are less likely to become victims of child abusers.
One of the most common problems our society is dealing with is sexual abuse of kids. The reason for the increasing cases of child abuse is because its signs and symptoms are very hard to recognize.