The Way We Show Up

The Way We Show Up

Written by Executive Director Claire Louge Life can be unexpectedly scary sometimes. Last month, I was in a car crash. I hit a car that was running a red light. My car is totaled, but thankfully, no one was hurt. It was a rattling experience, of course, and created a...

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Prevention Made Visible

Prevention Made Visible

It’s often said that it’s hard to define prevention, because we can’t see what we prevent. How do you measure what didn’t happen? What does lack of child maltreatment look like? The New Hampshire Children’s Trust, our counterpart Prevent Child Abuse Chapter in New...

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The One Gift Everyone Needs

The One Gift Everyone Needs

Written by Executive Director Claire Louge In November, Prevent Child Abuse America celebrated its 50-year anniversary in Chicago. The celebration included a discussion with Dr. Bruce Perry, who is a member of the board, and Oprah Winfrey, who is, well, Oprah. As is...

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Love is a Professional Word

Love is a Professional Word

By Claire Louge Several months ago, I got the chance to attend Keeping Families Together, a one-day event put on by Our Sister Our Brother. We had the good fortune of having Aysha Schomburg, Associate Commissioner of the Children’s Bureau, give a welcome address....

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