Hello from the CCC family! We are extremely busy providing CCC in-home services as well as the operation of the Lincoln Trail Regional Network.
We deliver quality in-home services to our families and provide professional coaching and support. Right now, we are aiding families in increasing positive parenting and discipline skills, obtaining housing, improving household cleanliness, increasing budgeting skills and financial management, building positive relationships with schools and most importantly we are providing a positive support for families. We are striving to connect families to available community resources and supports that may be beneficial to the family.
We are currently serving 10 families and have many families on our waiting list. The families on our waiting list have been offered a family planning meeting. Family planning meetings are a resource used to bring the targeted family and appropriate community partners together in order to brainstorm and create an action plan that will best aid the family. These meetings have been a huge success and are beneficial to the families involved.
April is Child Abuse Awareness Month and the Lincoln TrailRegional Network has many activities planned in our communities to raise the awareness and prevention of child abuse and neglect. Our activities are as follows:
Marion County – Child Abuse Awareness Walk at Center Square on April 13th from12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Washington County – “Prevention Talks” at North Washington Elementary SchoolCradle School on Fridays in April.
Nelson County – Violence Prevention Kick Ball Event at Bardstown High School.
Larue County– Prevention Resource Information Table displayed at the Larue CountyLibrary during the month of April.
Hardin County– Poverty Simulation at Pritchard Community Center on April 11th.
Breckinridge County– Prevention Resource Information Table displayed at theBreckinridge County Library during the month of April.
Grayson County– Prevention Lunch and Learn at Lawler Elementary.
Meade County– Darkness to Light: Child Sexual Abuse Training at the Meade CountyLibrary on April 27th starting at 9:00 a.m.