New Documentary Is Now Available for Streaming

Domestic Violence—Kids Are Victims Too, was produced by Cope24 to get ahead of this global problem. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 1 in 15 children are exposed to intimate partner violence each year, and 90% of these children are eyewitnesses to this violence. In addition, women between the ages of 18-24 are most commonly abused by an intimate partner. By the time students graduate from high school, they are exposed and susceptible to abuse themselves. It is the mission of Cope24 and the participants who shared their stories to create change by building awareness and implementing educational strategies and solutions to break this cycle of abuse for future generations.

How Many ACEs Are You Holding?

This documentary aims to educate our students about the topic of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences).
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Parenting Under the Influence

Parenting Under The Influence relates the element of drugs and alcohol on parenting.
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The Life Sentence

Heartbreaking and life-changing stories of four families who have been impacted by shaken baby syndrome or severe head trauma.
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This video addresses immaturity. Life-Line focuses on individuals who became parents as teenagers.
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Parenting Skills Program Portal

COPE24 is making their COPE24 Parenting Skill Program available for those agencies that utilize an online training portal. A one time purchase will allow all staff to access the teaching/training manual and the videos that accompany each parenting situation. There is no longer a need to make multiple purchases so that several staff members can access at the same time. No need to worry that one may have forgotten to bring the program with them to the training and no worries about the dvd getting lost, scratched or stolen. COPE24 will provide train the trainer sessions as needed. Since every situation is unique we would need to speak with someone at your agency to work out the details.

Groups who may be interested in the PSP portal programs may include:

  • Child Welfare 
  • Foster Agencies
  • Hospitals
  • Community Centers
  • Pediatricians
  • Universities

Call 314-488-3766 or email Rene Howitt for set-up, purchase and pricing.

Alisa Divine

Alisa Divine is CEO of Personal Power Press, the Coauthor of five award-winning and best-selling books, #SheWins, Killing Kate, She Rises, #SheWins 2 and Dirty Love. She coaches women to share their stories and heal their lives. Her gift is empowering women to BE their best selves. Alisa is featured in a documentary, Domestic Abuse, Kids Are Victims Too.

Alisa is offering a teaching guide for adults to partner with Domestic Abuse: Kids are Victims Too. With the purchase of this product, you will receive:

  • Module 1: The Effect Of Domestic Abuse on Children & Conversations After

  • Module 2: Domestic Abuse Case Study & Conversations After

  • Module 3: The Most Common Types Of Abuse & Conversations After

  • Module 4: How To Identify & Leave An Abusive Relationship & Conversations After

For additional conversation and resources on domestic abuse, visit Alisa’s site.

COPE24’s primary goal is to significantly reduce child abuse and neglect. We want to be reaching young adults before they find themselves in a situation they are not emotionally ready to handle.

Our mission at COPE24 is to “Making Parenting Skills a National Priority.” We believe this will be achieved by providing parenting and child development education to all high school students. Based on the results gathered from the now renowned, ACEs Study (Adverse childhood Experiences), we know that the majority of children will grow up in homes with some level of dysfunction. Most of us wouldn’t even be aware that this is dysfunction but rather the norm. Education allows us the ability to create healthier families. Healthy families will lead to healthier communities. More than 80% of our youth will become parents. How can we expect them to do better if they don’t know better?

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