National Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. An entire month designated to raise awareness of the 1,640 children who die from abuse and neglect in the United States each year. It is a time for families and communities to unify and participate in a…Read More

Unbroken Angels

Did you know that April is National Child Abuse Prevention month? As you know, our mission at YesICAN, the International Child Advocacy Network, is to work worldwide to break the silence and cycle of abuse. In order to accomplish this we need to raise…Read More

"Strike Against Child Abuse to Spare the Kids"

Please join us for the International Child Advocacy Network's annual bowling fundraiser and silent auction. WHEN: June 9, 2013 12 p.m.- 4 p.m. WHERE: Canoga Park Bowl 20122 Vanowen St., Winnetka COST: $20.00 per person includes: 2 bowling games, shoes…Read More

CNN Belittles Rape with a Sympathetic Report

By this time, many of you have heard about the CNN news personalities who sympathized with the 2 high school football players that repeatedly raped an incoherent 16 year old girl. People all over the United States were shocked and disturbed by the focus they…Read More

The Internal Scarring of Emotional Abuse

Emotional abuse is one of the most difficult types of abuse to be diagnosed and recognized because the marks this abuse leaves on a person are often not physical, but mental scarring. Emotional abuse is a behavior used to control and subjugate another…Read More

End 2012 On a Positive Note!

There are only TWO DAYS left of 2012! This means there are only TWO DAYS to make a Tax Deductible Donation that provides information and support to those experiencing issues around child abuse and domestic violence! Donate TODAY to help prevent child abuse…Read More

Jerry Sandusky GUILTY! Now what?

The guilty verdict for Jerry Sandusky was huge victory for victims of sexual abuse. Now that this is an issue of global concern, we can focus on prevention. “Who would believe a kid” was a common statement for the whiteness’ of the Jerry Sandusky Trial. It…Read More
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