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  1. Help a Youth Stay On-Course Foster, Adopt, or Mentor a Teen! Charity Golf Tournament

    April 24, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ The Den at Fox Creek Golf Course

    Sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse Illinois and Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, this first annual charity golf tournament will help create life-long connections for Illinois teens in foster care. For more information, contact Ashley Murphy at 217-522-1129 or

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  2. WIC 40th Anniversary Family Fun Festival

    April 30, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ The Baby Fold

    Informational booths and fun activities for the entire family including Balloon Man, popcorn, games, glitter fairies, and face painting ! Learn more about WIC services and its impact in our community for the past 40 years. By helping mothers and babies, we support improvement for our future!

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Mental Health Taskforce

  1. Children Feel Safe When ... The Different Areas We Can Increase Children’s Safety

    April 25, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ MCHD Conference Rooms

    This training will take place during Children Exposed to Violence week and will discuss Different Areas We Can Increase Children’s Safety. There are two sessions to register for: 830-1030 (Topics to choose from are: Media Violence and the Young Child –OR- School Violence and Bullying –OR- Teen Dating Violence) 1045-1245 (Topics to choose from are: Is It Safe To Come Out and Play? –OR- School Safety –OR- 6 Protective Factors That Keep Families Strong) Please register at

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  2. Preventing Suicide Among Youth and Young Adults: Everyone has a Role

    April 25, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM @ University of Illinois Springfield

    Conference Theme—Preventing Suicide Among Youth and Young Adults: Everyone Has a Role, acknowledges that preventing suicide involves collaborative efforts by the entire community, with a special focus on youth and young adults between 10 to 24 years of age. Featured speakers ? Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck, Director, Illinois Department of Public Health ? Dr. John Draper, Director, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline ? Dr. Peter Gutierrez, U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Questions, please contact ? Angie Wanger, IPHA, 217-522-5687, awanger at ? Jennifer Martin, IDPH, 217-558-4081, Jennifer.L.Martin at ? Libby Bair, IDPH, 217-558-4813, Libby.Bair at

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