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  • Title: Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance
    Descriptive info: .. Protect Pa Kids.. Media Information.. Employment.. Newsletter Archive.. FAQ.. Annual Report.. Events Calendar.. Partners.. State Board of Directors.. Research Evaluation.. Mission Statement.. Staff.. Child Abuse Facts.. Recognizing Reporting Abuse.. Child Abuse Prevention Month.. Front Porch Project.. Learn More About Child Abuse.. Helping Children Cope With Violence.. Thoughts for Parents.. Parenting in Difficult Situations.. Parenting Teens.. Parenting School Age Children.. Parenting Young Children.. Top Ten Lists.. Fostering Families.. Links to Parenting Support Programs.. Special Events and Training.. Resources for Staff.. Forms Sample Materials.. Mandated Reporter Training.. How To Schedule Training.. Reporting Child Abuse.. Training Interactive Scenarios.. About Mandated Reporters.. Additional Resources.. View All.. Keep The Front Porch Project Going.. Child Abuse Prevention Month - Painting for Prevention.. Front Porch Project Refresher.. The Front Porch Project One Day Training.. PFSA News & Happenings.. PFSA Winter Newsletter.. 1/03/13.. - Our winter issue of “The Alliance” is now available.. In this issue, you'll find information such as recommendations for Mandated Reporters issued  ...   protection laws and issued its final report November 27, 2012.. PFSA Releases Annual Report.. 10/16/12.. - "Working Together to Prevent Child Abuse" is PFSA's report on activities for the past fiscal year.. PFSA Fall Newsletter.. 9/13/12.. - Our fall issue of “The Alliance” is now available.. In this issue you’ll find information on: "A Milestone In Protecting PA's Children" - Legislation was recently passed that requires training for mandated reporters of child abuse employed by schools.. Find out more about how the legislation came to be and why it's so important.. Archives.. Quarterly Newsletter.. Child Abuse News.. Front Porch Project (Training attendees only).. Tuesday Tips.. © 2009 Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance.. 1-800-448-4906.. (in Pennsylvania).. (717) 238-0937.. Fax :.. (717) 238-4315.. 2001 North Front Street, Building #1, Suite 210, Harrisburg PA 17102.. If you have any difficulties accessing any part of our website, please contact.. info@pa-fsa.. org.. or call 717-238-0937.. Login.. To report child abuse in Pennsylvania, call.. ChildLine 1-800-932-0313..

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  • Title: Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance
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  • Title: About PFSA
    Descriptive info: Our Commitment.. Our goal at PFSA is to provide services of the highest quality to parents, caretakers, professionals and members of our affiliated network.. If at any time you are dissatisfied with the quality of our services, you are invited to contact the Executive Director, Angela Liddle, at (800)-448-4906 or.. aliddle@pa-fsa.. PFSA is an affiliate member of the.. National  ...   together to help every child be raised effectively and humanely by loving and skillful parents who receive the best possible parenting education and support.. For more information visit.. www.. EffectiveParentingUSA.. Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance is dedicated to making its programs and services available to people with disabilities.. Read our disability access policy.. here.. Visit GuideStar for more information on PFSA..

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  • Title: Media Information
    Descriptive info: Child Welfare FAQ.. PFSA State Board of Directors.. Media inquiries should be directed to Angela Liddle, Executive Director at.. or by phone at 717-238-0937.. Press Releases.. Untitled News.. 12/14/12.. -.. New law requiring school personnel to be trained to recognize and report child abuse is “milestone in protecting Pennsylvania’s children”.. 7/17/12.. - HARRISBURG, PA— The enactment of Senate Bill 449 into law, which now requires teachers and other school personnel to be trained to recognize and report child abuse, is the culmination of nearly five years of effort by the Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance (PFSA)—an effort that began well before the Jerry Sandusky case thrust child abuse  ...   HARRISBURG, PA— The Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance (PFSA) today thanked the state Senate for passing Senate Bill 449, which would require teachers and other school personnel to be trained in recognizing and reporting child abuse.. ‘Mandated reporters’ need training to be effective in spotting and stopping child abuse, PFSA leader says.. 5/24/12.. - PITTSBURGH, PA—Mandated reporters of child abuse—members of professions that have a legal duty to report suspected abuse—need “initial training” as part of their job preparation and “ongoing training” to make sure their skills say sharp, the executive director of the Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance (PFSA) told the Pennsylvania Task Force on Child Protection last week..

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  • Title: Employment
    Descriptive info: Internships:.. Contact the office for information on available internships..

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  • Title: Newsletter Archive
    Descriptive info: Past newsletters provided for your convenience in Adobe.. PDF format.. 2012 Newsletters.. Spring 2012.. Summer 2012.. Fall 2012.. Winter 2012.. 2011 Newsletters.. Fall 2011 Newsletter.. Summer 2011 Newsletter.. Spring 2011 Newsletter.. Winter 2011 Newsletter.. 2010 Newsletters.. Fall 2010 Newsletter.. Summer 2010 Newsletter.. Spring 2010 Newsletter.. Winter 2010 Newsletter.. 2009 Newsletters.. Fall 2009 Newsletter.. Summer 2009 Newsletter.. Spring 2009 Newsletter.. Winter 2009 Newsletter..

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  • Title: FAQ
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions.. WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY FAMILY SUPPORT ?.. Our programs adhere to some core beliefs about families and how they can best meet the needs of their children.. Family Support Programs affiliated with PFSA follow some general principles in their approach to working with families.. A few of these are:.. The program listens to the concerns of the family and treats each family member with respect.. The program designs its services with consideration for the expressed needs of the families.. Staff and family members work together to access resources, find solutions, and build community for the family members to grow and develop.. Family Support Programs are respectful of the cultural, racial and linguistic identities of the community in which they operate.. Families are encouraged to reach out to other families, and to communities, in order to be part of the community-building process.. The program is flexible and responds to newly identified needs of families.. Staff of Family Support Programs advocate for services and systems that are accountable to the families served.. The Family Support Program provides ongoing services to families and designs services that create both formal and informal networks of support for families.. Examples of such services are support groups, parenting classes, parent/child play sessions, home visits to support parents and early childhood learning programs.. CAN PARENTS COME TO YOUR OFFICE FOR HELP?.. When parents call our toll-free line we refer them to a program in their community, and we often mail parents copies of our parenting brochures (if they choose to give a name and address).. Groups or classes are not held at our office.. We provide training, materials and technical assistance to organizations working with parents, and mandated reporters, who help parents directly.. IS FAMILY SUPPORT THE SAME AS CHILD SUPPORT ?.. No.. When people refer to child support they are usually talking about financial payments made by a non-custodial parent to a custodial parent or other caretaker of a child.. PFSA does not handle any type of child support issues other than providing general information to parents, as we do  ...   increase the skills of staff as group facilitators; this is provided near your office at no charge.. Training for childcare staff ensures the best possible program for the whole family.. Plus - special sessions of our acclaimed training for mandated reporters are scheduled for affiliates only.. Technical assistance - and a variety of marketing materials to help local programs recruit new families.. Monthly mailings provide meeting ideas, legislative alerts, and other resources to make the job easier.. High quality publications - like the "Parenting Primers" and our parenting series on special topics such as parents in recovery and parents with mental illness - at reduced cost to the affiliated agency.. HOW CAN OUR ORGANIZATION JOIN PFSA?.. Affiliates of PFSA are organizations that work with families in an ongoing way - for example, family centers and family preservation programs, counseling offices, and mental health programs.. Child care centers, Head Start programs and early intervention services are also good affiliates for our program and specialized groups for homeless families, incarcerated parents and parents in recovery are also held in many locations.. For details on affiliating,.. contact the Program Director at 1-800-448-4906.. WHAT TRAINING DO YOU PROVIDE FOR MANDATED REPORTERS OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT?.. Training is provided on how to recognize, respond to, and report child abuse and neglect.. Free on-site presentations are available for education, childcare, community services and religious professionals.. The training is generally offered in 3-hour and 6-hour workshops for groups of 15 to 50 participants.. For details, check the mandated reporter section of this website or call our office and speak to the Director of Training.. HOW CAN I ORDER BROCHURES, TRAINING MATERIALS OR CURRICULUM FROM PFSA?.. It's easy to order our parenting brochures, Building Your Family curriculum and resources for mandated reporters.. Affiliates should use the special order form on the affiliate page (it reflects your discounted prices); all others use the online order form.. You can also call our office at 1-800-448-4906 for information.. We accept checks and credit cards.. Purchase orders are required for any materials requiring an invoice.. All sales are final..

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  • Title: Annual Report
    Descriptive info: The PFSA Annual report is a comprehensive outline of the past year s accomplishments.. 2012 Annual Report -.. Adobe PDF.. 2011 Annual Report -.. 2010 Annual Report -.. 2009 Annual Report -.. 2008 Annual Report -.. 2011 Tax Return -..

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  • Title: Events Calendar
    Descriptive info: PA Family Support Alliance Regional Events.. Below are some of the events we have coming up.. January.. February 2013.. March.. Sun.. Mon.. Tue.. Wed.. Thu.. Fri.. Sat.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. 31.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. Start: Thursday, March 07, 2013 10:00 AM.. End: Thursday, March 07, 2013 11:00 AM.. Location: Online.. KEEP THE FRONT PORCH PROJECT GOING!.. Join our online meetings to discuss ways you are helping to protect kids by using the Front Porch Project  ...   Online FPP Sessions:.. Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 10:00 AM.. Contact Beth Bitler at PFSA to register.. Phone:.. 800-448-4906.. Email: bbitler@pa-fsa.. Click.. here.. for a flyer.. Front Porch Project training sessions teach you:.. How and when to safely respond when you are worried about a child in your neighborhood or in a public place;.. To understand the issues affecting families today;.. The many ways we can all help to protect all children.. Online FPP Session for those who have attended FPP training' title='Keep The Front Porch Project Going' name='Keep The Front Porch Project Going' href='#TB_inline?height=300&width=300&inlineId=194'>Keep The Front Porch Project Going..

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  • Title: Partners
    Descriptive info: The official registration and financial information of Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0990.. Registration does not imply endorsement.. Graphtech.. PPO S (Partnership of Packer, Oesterling and Smith).. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare.. Pennsylvania Children and Youth Administrator's Association.. Pennsylvania Council of Children, Youth and Family Services.. Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations.. MudBrick Creative..

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  • Title: State Board of Directors
    Descriptive info: Officers.. Angela Liddle.. Ms.. Liddle is the Executive Director of Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance, located in Dauphin County.. Graham Hetrick.. Mr.. Hetrick is PFSA Board President Emeritus and is the Dauphin County Coroner.. Ruth Williams.. Williams serves as the PFSA Board President she works for Alternative Rehab Communities (ARC), a human service agency dedicated to the social rehabilitation of court adjudicated youth, in Harrisburg.. Raffy Luquis.. Luquis serves as the PFSA Board Vice President; he is the Associate Professor of Health Education at the School of Behavioral Health Education for Penn State University in Harrisburg.. Britta Schatz.. Schatz serves as the PFSA Board Secretary; she is the Director of Information Technology at Penn National Insurance, in Harrisburg.. Board Members.. Jeanette Archer-Simons.. President of Archer-Simons Consulting,  ...   County.. Tracy Grinnen, CPA.. Accountant with Boyer and Ritter.. Joy Mattman Russell.. Senior Director, State Government Affairs, Genentech, Inc.. Maryrose McCarthy.. Director of the Pennsylvania Child Welfare Training Program (affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh of Social Work), Mechanicsburg.. Charis Mincavage.. Attorney with the energy, communications, and utility practice at the law firm of McNees, Wallace Nurick LLC, Harrisburg.. Barry Ramper.. President and CEO of the Homeland Center, a senior care residential facility, Harrisburg.. Richard Steele.. Director of Policy and Program Development of the Pennsylvania Juvenile Court Judges Commission, Elysburg.. Jennifer Doyle.. Director of Development Community Investment, The Foundation for Enhancing Communities.. Gary I.. Shuey, MSW, LSW.. Social Work Supervisor, CAC Penn State Dickinson School of Law.. Andrea Taroli, MD.. Assistant Professor, Pediatrics, Child Abuse Pediatrician..

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