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Guidelines for Reporting Abuse

The first step in helping abused or neglected children is learning to recognize the signs of child abuse and neglect.


Click the link below for information that may help you to recognize a child that needs help.

Guidelines for Reporting Abuse
How to Get Help in an Emergency
December 2014 Connects E-News
Accent on Kids Winter 2014
Volunteers and Mentors Needed
How to Get Help in an Emergency

FCCS's mascot Ted D. Bear shares tips for calling 911 and getting help during an emergency. Click on the link below for a printable flyer:

Guidelines for Reporting Abuse
How to Get Help in an Emergency
December 2014 Connects E-News
Accent on Kids Winter 2014
Volunteers and Mentors Needed
December 2014 Connects E-News

The latest issue of Connects E-News is here! Features include: Support Holiday Wish and Delight a Child, Wright State's Independent Scholars Network Supports Agency Youth and FCCS Names 2014 Employees of the year.

Guidelines for Reporting Abuse
How to Get Help in an Emergency
December 2014 Connects E-News
Accent on Kids Winter 2014
Volunteers and Mentors Needed
Accent on Kids Winter 2014

Features of our quarterly print publication include: Children Services 2014 Levy Passed, Help Grant a Child's Holiday Wish and FCCS Celebrates National Adoption Month.

Guidelines for Reporting Abuse
How to Get Help in an Emergency
December 2014 Connects E-News
Accent on Kids Winter 2014
Volunteers and Mentors Needed
Volunteers and Mentors Needed

Franklin County Children Services' volunteers and mentors are everyday heroes in the lives of our youth. For information about FCCS volunteers and mentors click here or call (614) 275-2690.

Guidelines for Reporting Abuse
How to Get Help in an Emergency
December 2014 Connects E-News
Accent on Kids Winter 2014
Volunteers and Mentors Needed

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