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State of Maine Collaborative Child Abuse Prevention Training
The Zero Abuse Project training is a three-day training for Social Workers, Educators, Law Enforcement and Prosecutors. You may attend one day or all three days.

These trainings are designed to provide cross-disciplinary education, advocacy for systemic legal change, guidance for survivor support, and leadership on emerging technologies. Education and training around how to recognize and address the intersecting forms of child maltreatment in connection with child sexual abuse is the focus of all three days.

The goals of the Zero Abuse Project Training are:

-To equip current and future multi-disciplinary teams and other professionals with the skills to identify abuse, intervene for children’s safety, secure justice, and build resiliency.

-Create technologies that strengthen investigations, expose abusers, and provide survivors with pathways to recovery.

-Promote evidence-based research that advances child protection.

-Advocate policies that create and sustain a culture of prevention, disclosure, accountability, and healing.

This training is made possible through the generous donations from the Stop Trafficking US funders who believe “Education Matters” in preventing child abuse.
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