Holly's House has reached an exciting milestone.
The 'Think First and Stay Safe' program has now reached 9,000 tri-state youngsters.
The elementary school program teaches children about how predators approach children and keeping them aware of safety threats.
The program has reached kids in Vanderburgh, Posey, Warrick and Gibson Counties.
"Our communities are getting more aware of the dynamics of child abuse, more aware of the long-term impact for children who aren't protected for those situations," says Sidney Hardgrove, Executive Director of Holly's House. "This is just another step, helping children to understand that they can be active participants in their own safety."
You can call Holly's House to book a class at (812)437-7233.
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