You’re Invited To A Pool Party!

Come join SOS in celebrating our Child Visitation & Exchange Center’s twenty years of compassionate service to families! To celebrate, SOS is throwing YOU a free pool party! On Thursday, July 25th, from 8-10pm, the Jones Aquatic Center will be free and open to the public.  Experience swimming under the stars, accessorize with complimentary glow jewelry and enjoy a free cupcake while you are
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8 Tips for a Family Safety Plan

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Unfortunately, danger and violent acts are a reality in our society. However, our families don’t have to live in fear. Preparation and prevention are important to give youth the tips/skills to cope and know when to go to adults for help. Here are tips to educate yourselves and start building a safety plan for your family: Ask your child’s teacher about the plans the
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Local Men Strive to Be SOS Strong

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Back for 2016: SOS Strong Not all abusers are men; however, the vast majority of domestic violent crimes are committed by male perpetrators. “SOS Strong” is a grassroots, all-male campaign made of local men dedicated to helping SOS stop sexual and domestic violence, child abuse and neglect. Each “Strong Man” signs a pledge to lead by example, not blame victims, and be a positive
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