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Hundreds gather to discuss Implicit Bias at conference hosted by Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky

Statewide nonprofit Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky (PCAK) is committed to addressing racism in child welfare by facilitating difficult conversations across disciplines, including law enforcement, social work, healthcare and more. In conjunction with their annual Kids Are Worth It! Conference, the free Implicit Bias training hosted by PCAK drew more than 225 attendees. Implicit bias refers to the attitudes...

Union County DCBS employee named Champion for Children by Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky

A 19-year veteran of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services’ (CHFS) social services agency has been honored for her work by Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky (PCAK). Susan Clements, of the CHFS Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) Union County office, was recognized by the child advocacy organization as a Champion for Children last month during the 21st annual Kids Are Worth It!...