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The Missing Epidemic: HOPE and child abuse prevention

This week marks the end of April, child abuse prevention month. During the pandemic, we have learned a lot about how to prevent child abuse. Data from the pandemic show a story of hope for children and families. Let’s put this new knowledge into action.
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What HOPE Adds

Summertime offers a chance to pause and reflect. This past year our team has had the good fortune to meet with, teach, and learn from dozens of organizational leaders and well over 10,000 participants from around the country and beyond. …

Happy HOPE Day!

Roger Sherman, Executive Director of the Idaho Children’s Trust, let us know that Governor Little has declared today, May 21, 2021 as HOPE day in Idaho. Thank you Governor Little, and thanks also to Roger Sherman for bringing HOPE to…

HOPE in the News

By Dr. Bob Sege and Loren McCullough Our recent blog post discussed the American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP) “Snapshots,” the first in a series of reports that discuss the results of a nationwide poll of parents. The AAP highlighted that families…

Remembering Dr. Carl Bell

During my pediatric residency, I worked one evening a week at the adolescent clinic. Many of the patients assigned to me were teenage boys from the area surrounding our hospital, most of them Black. This was during a time when…

Talking with Kids About the News

Last Wednesday, we woke up in the morning to learn that Georgia had elected a Jewish filmmaker and a Black pastor as its new US Senators; each represented a milestone and a rejection of the racist and anti-Semitic ads funded…

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