Mission: To significantly reduce incidences of child abuse and neglect

Methodology: Educating all youth on the stresses and responsibility of parenting.

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

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.
Calling All Teachers, School Administrators and Church Leadership We are currently offering a workshop which subject ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences). Our childhood experiences, both good and bad, have shaped how we view ourselves, others and the world. The knowledge gained from the renowned ACE Study has moved conversation regarding adults and children from “What is wrong with you?” to “What happened to you?”

Learn more about Professional Development Workshops.

Free Classroom Video for Teachers

COPE24 is providing this free downloadable video as a thank you to all who are trying to educate our youth on the responsibilities of parenting. Shaken baby (SBS) or severe head trauma is a form of child abuse easily prevented. I have spent the last several years in your classrooms talking about the challenges of dealing with a crying baby. View or download the video here…

Elements Series: Parenting Under The Influence – Teacher Resources

Parenting Under the Influence teacher resource was created by Kristi Hodson; Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher; Carthage High School Grade Level: 9-12 Students will learn to:
  • Identify effects of substance use and abuse related to pregnancy and fetal development.
  •  Identify chemical risk factors that influence parenting practices.
  • Identify consequences and struggles associated with substance use and abuse.

Download the PDF here

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I would have never thought that shaking a baby could harm them so much. I now know what to do instead of shaking a baby.

— Miriam – High School Student