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Reading List for Young Adults
02/15/2017

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. As parents and trusted adults, it’s important that to know about resources that can help teens identify the warning signs of unhealthy or abusive relationships, as well as […]

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Rock ‘n Bowl 2017
02/14/2017

The Development Board of Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s Annual Rock ‘n Bowl event was held on Saturday, February 4th at the Columbus Square Bowling Palace. The annual event gives guests the opportunity to enjoy a fun day […]

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Smart Phone Safety
01/31/2017

If you have a teenager, chances are technology – particularly a cell phone – plays a major role in his or her life. Because smart phones are essentially mini computers, your teen has access to […]

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How Do Protection Orders Work?
01/17/2017

If you know someone who is a victim of domestic violence or stalking, the best thing you can do is support them. One way to do that is by learning about options or resources that [...]

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What Does Stalking Look Like?
01/06/2017

When you hear the word “stalking,” different scenarios might come to mind: movies, a stranger hiding in the bushes with binoculars, celebrities, social media. Many times, we hear young adults say that they “Facebook stalked” […]

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TCFSH, Nationwide Children’s Foundation Host Annual Holiday Party
12/09/2016

At The Center for Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH), our mission is to break the cycle of violence and restore hope. Last week, we had the opportunity to do just that for over 600 community […]

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You Can Help Restore Hope for Central Ohio Families
12/09/2016

With the holidays quickly approaching, many people are in the giving spirit. Some will volunteer their time in a nursing home, donate canned goods or hold a clothing drive. This season, we challenge you to […]

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Adult Therapy – What To Expect
11/21/2016

Because therapy can sometimes have a negative stigma, our goal is to shed light on the facts rather than perpetuate the myths. Let’s take a look at a few common misconceptions. Myth #1 – “I’m […]

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What Is Safety Planning?
11/15/2016

If you believe you are in an unhealthy or abusive relationship, you may want to consider creating a safety plan. A safety plan is a personalized, practical plan that can help you avoid a potentially […]

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How Domestic Violence Affects Child Development
11/07/2016

Domestic violence in the home affects more than just the immediate victim. If children are present to see and/or hear it, it takes a toll on their healthy, natural development unless they receive support to […]

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