It’s hard to find a mom as dedicated to keeping kids safe than Amy Garrison. Learn more about her work with the National Children’s Advocacy Center and Moms Demand Action and how she balances her family life.
National Children’s Advocacy Center
The National Children’s Advocacy Center needs kids ages 5 – 12 years old to help train future forensic interviewers.
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You’ve had the talk, but then you discover the Internet browser history. What’s a parent supposed to do when their kid has been looking at pornography online? We asked an expert.
The annual Superhero Run & Family Block Party is an awesome way to have fun with your kids while supporting the important work of the National Children’s Advocacy Center.
A year or two after moving to Huntsville, I finally started making some close friends who actually lived near me. This was before my son was born, in my days after graduate school but before the prospect of being of mom became real. So when I finally found “my people” (yes, I still watch Grey’s […]
Elizabeth Smart. It’s a name that anyone old enough to watch the news in 2002 knows well. The story of her kidnapping and eventual discovery along with the ordeal she went through at the tender age of 14 is well known and unfortunately, all too common. According to the U.S. Department of Justice nearly 800,000 […]
I’m kind of a tough cookie. Over the years, I’ve worked as a facilitator for domestic violence support groups and as a hospital responder and crisis counselor for rape victims. I’ve seen and heard a lot of pretty terrible things over the years. I’m not saying these things don’t affect me, because of course, they […]