Project Child is the child abuse prevention coalition of the Lehigh Valley.
Project Child Provides
--Public Education
--Professional Development
--Parent Education
--Parent Support
--Legislative Advocacy, and
--Specialized Programs in order to prevent child abuse and neglect and promote positive parenting practices
-- Darkness 2 Light trainings for prevention of child sexual abuse are available.

Register now for Project Child's Annual Conference!

Discover how adversity weakens brain development; and how caring adults can buffer the negative impacts of adversity on children’s brain development.     Judy Cameron, Ph.D.
  Thank you to our sponsors: Hospital Central Services, Northampton County Children Youth & Families, King, Spry, Herman, Freund & Faul LLC, Seidel, Cohen, Hof & Reid, LLC.


Other News from Project Child!
   *  Las clases en espanol del Proyecto Nino: "Haga la Crianza de sus Hijos un Placer", han empezado nuevamente.  Lunes de 7-8:30 pm en el Sixth St. Shelter, 219 N. Sixth St., Allentown.  Para registrarse llame al 610-954-9561 x 340.

     * Project Child's Spanish 'Make Parenting a Pleasure" Parenting Class has resumed - Monday's from 7-8:30pm - at the Sixth St. Shelter, 219 N. Sixth St. Allentown.  Call to register!  610.954.9561 x 340
  * Project Child is pleased to announce that our Parent Support Group has permanently moved to Church of the Nativity, 321 Wyandotte St, Bethlehem, PA .  Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30pm.  Just drop in!  No registration necessary.

     * Free Front Porch Project training on Tuesday April 25th from 6-8pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, 404 Broadway, Bangor PA.  In association with Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance & the Bethlehem Health Bureau.  To register call or text  Rev. Dave Goss 570-556-9482.   The Front Porch Proje
ct is an interactive  researched based community program on recognizing elements and indicators of abuse and neglect in your neighborhood.


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Project Child
is a program of
Valley Youth House.