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Our mission is to equip young adults with skills to become better parents.

Let’s Stop the Cycle of Child Abuse With Education That Makes an Impact

It is the belief of this organization that very little time is devoted to preparing young adults for what to expect when bringing home a baby. COPE24 has put together, with input from the Missouri Department of Education, a 2-week Parenting Skills Program to be presented in classrooms around the nation. Click Here to see clips of each video.

How COPE24 Impacts

Take a glimpse into how Rene Howitt, founder of COPE24, reaches out to students in communities around the Country, educating them on the stress and responsibility of being a parent to an infant, a toddler, young child and a teen. Her mission, though the organization of COPE24, is to equip young adults, with the skills and education, needed to be better parents than they otherwise would be capable of being.

It is the belief of this organization that very little time is devoted to preparing young adults for what to expect when bringing home a baby and rearing a child.  Educating and preparing our youth for parenting will strengthen the American family.  Healthier families, void of abuse and neglect, will produce healthier teens and adults; and thereby reduce the cycle of abuse, which will have a major impact on mental health, crime, homelessness, school violence, and prison over population, early release programs and almost every social issue we face as a society.

Encouraging our school administrators to guide all students to courses like parenting, child-development, or family living is a critical piece to solving the above mentioned social issues.

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COPE24 is relatively new and based in Missouri. As such, Missouri schools have the opportunity to have Rene speak with our students. I would imagine that this program will be expanding rapidly and it will become increasingly difficult to get her booked to speak. Her approach is genuine, she speaks from the heart and with her experience, kids listen and know she is not just “talking” but telling the truth. — Marina Scheiner
FACS, Smith-Cotton High School