Free Childcare For Disaster Victims

Adventist Community Services provides trained volunteers who participate in the Cooperative Disaster Child Care (CDCC) program, an interagency collaborative that provides temporary day care centers for victims of disasters as they deal with reorganizing their lives. Contact Adventist Community Service,… Continue reading

Hoot, Man!

One of America’s most beloved mascots is now one of America’s most beloved authors! The Woodsy Owl Activity Guide is jam-packed with ideas for classroom activities, list of kid’s books, coloring pages, and more! Contact Smokey Bear-Woodsy Owl Center of… Continue reading

One of the Big Questions

facing parents and teachers is how to talk to children about the recent terrorist events in New York and Washington. Some terrorism-specific information is available at: {www.fema.gov/kids/terrism.htm}. Other general guidelines about helping children in a disaster are also helpful. Go… Continue reading

Sprocket Man!

Your kids may be too young to drive a car, but they can easily go 20mph on their bikes. So there are risks involved when your child is bike riding. In fact, over 500,000 emergency room visits are for bicycle… Continue reading