New Hope is thankful for the support of
the Blount County community.
Have a wonderful Autumn!
Stewards of Children
Community Training Schedule
- Monday, September 8th 6-8 pm at 1st Baptist Maryville Church
- Monday, September 29th 6-8 pm at Maryville College in Anderson Hall 140
- Tuesday, October 13th 6-8 pm at 1st Baptist Maryville Church
- Tuesday, October 20th 6-8 pm at Maryville College in Anderson Hall 140
- Monday, November 9th 6-8 pm at Maryville College in Anderson Hall 140
- Tuesday, November 10th 6-8 pm 1st Baptist Maryville Church
Stewards of Children is a the only nationally distributed, evidence-based program proven to increase knowledge, improve attitudes, and change child protective behaviors. The focus of this seminar is to educate adults on how to prevent, recognize, and respond to child sexual abuse. It is estimated that 1 in 10 children are sexually abused before their 18th birthday. Come learn how to make a difference in the lives of Blount County Children!
For more information please contact Nicole Wicker at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 981-2000
RSVP for the seminar today!
Make a difference today!
Sometimes it’s the little things that matter and its those things that we are running short of at the advocacy center these days.
We are in need of the following:
~healthy snacks & juice boxes (for the children)
We are grateful for any assistance!
Hope by the Numbers
Last year New Hope served 450 children.
226 Forensic Interviews
946 therapy sessions
329 advocacy referrals
38 medical exams
762 adults trained in our Stewards of Hope education program.
Surviving and Thriving: Sexual Abuse Survivor looks to spread awareness
This past weekend the Daily Times ran an article about child sexual abuse victim, Rhonda Stinnett. Her story is empowering and encouraging for those who are suffering or who have suffered from abuse. We at New Hope are grateful to Rhonda for sharing her story and hope that it will encourage Blount County adults to attend a Stewards of Children seminar. If we all join the movement we can prevent abuse from occurring, recognize the sign, and report abuse before it occurs again. Education is vital is seeing the great change that can begin just one adult at a time.
If you didn’t get a chance to read Rhonda’s story please follow the link. Click here to read.