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Giving Tuesday

Join us for Giving Tuesday on November 29, 2022

Together we can support children.

By giving to the Children’s Advocacy Project, you help us continue to provide support to child victims of abuse and help us to minimize child abuse in Wyoming and surrounding areas.

When you give to the Children’s Advocacy Project, you support justice, healing, advocacy, awareness, and hope. 

Join Our Team

July 2022 - Join our team! The Children's Advocacy Project is hiring a Forensic Interviewer/Therapist.

This position requires the employee to work in a dual role capacity as a Forensic Interviewer and Therapist. Employee must be licensed or plan to apply for provisional license to conduct therapy. Employee must also be able to pass background checks.

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As parents and caregivers, something always on our mind is keeping our children safe. We often think of the obvious things such as making sure they are properly buckled in a car or wearing a helmet when riding a bike, but another way we can help make sure children are safe is something we might not always thing about – teaching boundaries. It is important that children also understand behaviors from others that are appropriate and inappropriate.

Helping children understand the difference between a secret and a surprise can be an important part of helping create a safe environment.

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What is Human Trafficking?

Human Trafficking can happen in any community and victims can be any race, range in age, and be any gender. Traffickers often use violence, manipulation, and false promises of jobs, money, or a romantic relationship on victims.

Human Trafficking is the use of force, fraud and coercion to obtain labor or commercial sex acts. Millions of men, women, and children are trafficking worldwide and in the United States.

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Annie’s own dad was out of the picture. He got arrested when they were living in another state and he went to prison on drug charges. Since that time, her mom had had lots of boyfriends, but Annie just knew this one was going to be different.