Learning Goes Virtual

Learning Goes Virtual

As a statewide organization, Prevent Child Abuse Arizona has accrued many highway miles to reach all four corners of Arizona and everything in between. However, the current COVID-19 pandemic has limited these options for in-person trainings and travel. To adapt to the...
Epic Rides, Epic Impact

Epic Rides, Epic Impact

Epic Rides, Epic Impact Over the past two months, there have been ample stories of heartbreak and uncertainty. Thankfully, there have also been stories of generosity and hope. Epic Rides is an example of the good that can arise in challenging times.   Epic Rides,...
To Help Families, Be a Hope-Bringer

To Help Families, Be a Hope-Bringer

Two weeks ago, I had the chance to be on a webinar discussion with Dr. Bruce Perry, who, if you haven’t heard of him, is basically THE authority on neuroscience and healing child trauma. He’s also an authentic, genial guy. Dr. Perry talked about what we can do to help...
A Note from Claire: Small but Significant

A Note from Claire: Small but Significant

Ah, the New Year. The time when we’re all supposed to commit to improving our lives. The time when, in hopes of becoming a better version of ourselves, we tend to set ourselves up for failure. You know why most of us fail. New Year’s resolutions are usually large and...
Executive Director Becky Ruffner Recognized with National Award

Executive Director Becky Ruffner Recognized with National Award

In her final year as PCA Arizona executive director Becky Ruffner was recognized at the Prevent Child Abuse America national conference with the James Hmurovich Award. Recipients are selected by fellow state chapter directors throughout the country. This award is...