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ChildServ and Radio Disney promote foster parenting and ensure people in Chicagoland know how to report child abuse

As April markchildservs the beginning of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, ChildServ  is urging all people to make themselves aware of how to report child abuse. ChildServ's Maurice Dorris and April Redzic joined Radio Disney's DJ Maggie Keane on April 16 to promote child abuse prevention and foster parenting on the radio.

To report abuse, call the Child Abuse Prevention Hotline: 1-800-25ABUSE. Knowing in advance what to do can lead to a quicker response and better care for the child or children in question.

Learn about the state of at-risk youth in Chicagoland.

Seats are still available for a luncheon of Information and Fellowship at The State of At-Risk Children in Metropolitan Chicago: Ready by 21 on April 30 at the Metropolitan Club of Willis Tower. ChildServ President and CEO James C. Jones will present a white paper regarding this important subject. We will also be joined by a distinguished panel, including: Bobbie Gregg, Acting Director of Department of Children and Family Services; Von Eugene Nebbit, Sr., Associate Professor, University of Illinois, Jane Addams College of Social WorkRay E. WillisCommunity Planning Director, Regional Office, US Department of Housing and Urban Development; and Shelly Stern Grach Citizenship and Public Affairs Director, Central Region, Microsoft. Click here to learn more.

ChildServ featured in column by Gail MarksJarvis, award-winning Tribune columnist and best-selling author

ChildServ was featured in a special column on giving by Chicago Tribune columnist Gail MarksJarvis. To read this wonderful article, please click here.

ChildServ offers free counseling for military and veteran families

Free counseling is available to Chicago-area veterans, reservist, active military members andFree counseling to military and veteran families provided by ChildServ

Free counseling is available to Chicago-area veterans, reservist, active military members and their families through ChildServ. Appointments can be made in two ChildServ locations located in Chicago’s Englewood or Austin neighborhoods, or for in-home counseling visits in Maywood, Forest Park, Berwyn, Cicero, Westchester and on Chicago’s South and West sides.

Men and women who have served in any branch of the military are eligible, regardless of discharge status, as well as their family or household members.

Services include individual counseling for children, adolescents, and adults, as well as family counseling. The program addresses and supports the challenges of family adjustment, reintegration, bereavement, sexual trauma, post-traumatic stress, and others.

To learn more about this free program, call ChildServ at (773) 239-8942.

ChildServ President and CEO featured on WGN

ViewChildServ President and CEO James C. Jones's feature as Chicago's Very Own.You can also see Mr. Jones on WGN's People to People.



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