The Walworthy County Alliance for Children and their new child advocacy center, the Tree House provides a safe place for children who may have been abused or neglected. In this one location a team of specially trained professionals investigate cases of child abuse to help children and their families. Studies show that using child advocacy centers for a collaborative apporach to investigation and prosecution saves money, results in faster charges against perpetrators and increases successful prosecutions. Since April 2013, the Tree House has received over 1,000 referrals alleging abuse and negelct of children, with more than 300 children having forensic interviews. For more information visit wcac4kids.org.
St. A students in kindergarten through eigth grade donated items on The Tree House Wish List such as socks, new books, notebooks and writing journals, snacks and more. They also wrote a few words of prayer and encouragement on leaves for their own tree display. Jesus holds a special place in his heart for children, “See that you do not despise one of these little ones. For I tell you that in heaven their angels always see the face of my Father who is in heaven.” (Matthew 18:10)
St. Andrew Parish School in Delavan, Wisc. is celebrating over 70 years of developing students’ moral and spiritual growth, physical and psychological development, academic and cultural advancement to prepare them as useful, productive and caring Christian citizens of the community. Serving grades K-8. Kindergarten registration is going on now. For more information visit standrews-delavan.org or call 262-728-6211.
Written by Beth Nateghi