Thank you to all of our community partners, service providers, elected officials, supporters, and friends who joined us for our annual Voices for Children Luncheon on December 3 at All Saints Episcopal Church. If you missed the event, or would like to access the materials that we shared again, please view the links below and share them with your family, friends and community. Have a safe and happy holiday season!
DOWNLOAD: 2018-19 Annual Report
WATCH: The Impact of Parent Support Groups
LEARN MORE: Parent Support Groups
SUPPORT: Help us reach more children in Cabarrus County
Cabarrus Partnership for Children is participating in RESILIENCE Week from November 18 - 22, 2019.
RESILIENCE Week is a first-of-its-kind North Carolina engagement campaign in partnership with UNC-TV, Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina, and KPJR Films starting the week of November 18, 2019. This multi-platform campaign is supported by organizational and institutional partners across the state and is designed to achieve the following impact goals:
- Build awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
- Increase knowledge of trauma-informed education
- Share resources for building greater resilience
- Amplify support for ongoing action and advocacy in areas of childhood trauma and toxic stress
UNC-TV to air "RESILIENCE" Statewide - November 19, 8pm
UNC-TV Public Media North Carolina presents the statewide broadcast premiere of the special documentary feature RESILIENCE: The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope on Tuesday, November 19 at 8:00pm, as part of RESILIENCE Week - a statewide initiative to build awareness of childhood trauma, prevention and resilience. Read Full Press Release
Watch: A special message from RESILIENCE Director, James Redford
Every day, we receive phone calls from local agencies about families in Cabarrus County that are experiencing an emergency. Sometimes we have items already available at our office to support the family in need. Other times, we have to purchase emergency need items. All of this is possible thanks to the community’s ongoing support of our Emergency Fund.
Calls for assistance come from social workers from the Cabarrus Health Alliance, school systems, hospitals, churches, and other local agencies. Children may be sleeping on the floor because their parents are unable to afford beds due to the high prices they are already paying for diapers, food and housing. There was even a mother that needed a stroller because the family had no car and there wasn’t a nearby bus route, so she had to walk a mile and a half to the grocery store with her six month old baby.
There are far too many stories for us to tell you, but the message is clear. There are so many young children in Cabarrus County who need our help.