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The Season Of Giving

The stress of the holiday season can often bring additional challenges for families and individuals who have been affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse or neglect. SOS hopes to help make the holidays brighter for these families by partnering with community members willing to “adopt” a family by providing basic needs and gifts. Families or individuals are eligible for adoption if they
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Local Men Strive to Be SOS Strong

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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We all have a role to play in ending child abuse

By the time you finish reading this, more than 30 cases of child abuse will have been reported to authorities nationwide. By the end of today, that number will swell past 9,000 and four of those children will die at the hands of their abuser.All in a single day. When we take stock of these sobering statistics during April – National Child Abuse Prevention
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Holiday Closings

Thank you for helping us make this holiday season so special for so many families. The SOS Administrative offices are closed until January 30th. Our hotline will still be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for anyone needing assistance with sexual or domestic violence, dating or stalking violence. 24 hr hotline: 800-825-1295  


Men Can Stop Rape: Four Things You Can Do To Take A Stand

Rape is often viewed as a women’s issue. SOS would challenge you to view rape as everyone’s issue.  In fact men can stop rape!  Men can be a voice of safety for women!  And men can take a stand to end violence against women today! Here are four things you can do to take a stand today! Provide a Distraction!  If you see someone
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SOS CASA of the Flint Hills Accepting Applications

We will host our next pre-service flex learning training class in early November. Anyone 21 years and over interested in making a lifelong difference in the life of an abused or neglected child can apply two to three hours weekly is all it takes to ensure a healthy future for a child. No prior education is required. CASA trains volunteers using our flex curriculum, which incorporates user friendly online components as well as a weekly in-class session.
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