- Sarah Gustavus
- Thursday, April 28, 2016
Children who experience abuse and neglect can face lifelong challenges. In New Mexico, reports of child maltreatment have increased over the last several years. We’ll discuss how local groups are working to provide families with resources to prevent these issues.
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- Francesca “Frankie” Duran, program manager and director for home visiting with PB&J Family Services
- Susan Miller, Psy.D, assistant professor at UNMH and executive director of the New Mexico Child Abuse Prevention Partnership
- Delfinia Romero, family education services and Conjunto Therapeutic Preschool director for Las Cumbres Community Services
- Lanaya Moreno, program manager and clinical supervisor for the Las Cumbres home visiting program
- Emet Ma’ayan, director of Fathers Building Futures, a project of PB&J Family Services
- Vincent Aragon, a father enrolled in PB&J’s program
- Rebecca Riley, tribal home visiting program director, Native American Parent Professional Resources
Child abuse reports in state are on the rise —Santa Fe New Mexican