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Revised July 2015, PROTECTION OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH. In compliance with Archdiocesan Policy and USCCB Directives. Guidelines for 2015 2016 Implementation in the Archdiocese of Santa Fe. Each Catholic School Parish Religious Education and Youth Program for children ages 5. through 18 will follow these guidelines for implementation of the Protection of Children and. Youth program The School Principal Catechetical Leader and or Youth Ministry Leader will. oversee the following, 1 Training for Adults, Ensure that every adult both paid and volunteer has attended the Abuse. Awareness Training for Adults Creating a Safe Environment for Our Children. A list is sent to each parish every year with names of those from your. parish who have already participated in the Abuse Awareness Training. for Adults Creating a Safe Environment for Our Children in past years. On the list the column Training is the one that indicates the date the. training was received, Provide Youth Protection Teacher Training for catechists teachers and youth. ministers who will be presenting youth protection sessions to children or youth. and who did not receive training in past years, 2 Youth Protection Training Ensure that all adults both paid and volunteer who will be. teaching religious education classes to children and youth in any parish or school activity. have completed the required training This training ensures the diocese that all adults. have been given information on what materials and resources to use to teach the self. protection classes, Guidelines for 2015 2016, Revised July 2015.
3 Children and Youth Sessions Schedule sessions from the approved resources for. teaching children and youth how to be safe protect themselves and communicate any. potential danger A session is mandatory to each group of children and young people. The sessions must be presented and the Teaching Report 2015 2016 form returned to the. Catholic Center before November 1st each year Please return forms to Annette Klimka. or Rose Garcia as early as possible, A make up session for children who were absent must be scheduled within the year The. make up session may take place after the November 1st deadline but must be completed. before March 15th If the materials are not requested in a timely manner and it is. necessary to mail overnight or express mail the Parish or School will pay the. shipping costs, Handout materials are available If a child has not attended the Children and Youth. Protection Class or the make up class these handouts can be given to parents to review. with their child at home, 4 Approved Resources Choose from the approved resources listed on the following. pages that is appropriate for the age group, The list of Approved Resources is expanded and updated as the resources are created. reviewed and approved, All resources are available for loan from the Safe Environment Office Contact.
Annette Klimka or Rose Garcia at 505 831 8144 It is important to reserve materials. for the scheduled date and return them on time to ensure availability for everyone. who needs them, 5 Parents Inform parents of the date when the sessions will be offered for children and. youth and give them the opportunity to preview the materials that will be used. Parents always have the option to not send their children to that class without being. If parents refuse to let a child attend the session please collect from them a signed. form or note indicating that they do not want their child to participate These forms. must be kept and sent to the Catholic Center along with the Teaching Report 2015. In the event parents do not want their children to attend the session and do not turn in. a note to that effect please keep a list of those children and send it to the Catholic. Center along with the Teaching Report 2015 2016 form. A sample letter to parents is on a following page The letter also includes a note for. parents to return who do not want their children to participate. 6 Teaching Report 2015 2016 Form Complete the Protection of Children and Youth. Teaching Report 2015 2016 form when the sessions with children youth are completed. All of the information on the form must be completed for each grade group of. children and youth, The form asks for more information than in past years We are required to supply all. of this information to the auditors Please fill in all of the information requested. Return the completed form to the Safe Environment Coordinator at the Catholic. Center no later than November 1 2015, Guidelines for 2015 2016. Revised July 2015, Forms may be mailed or hand delivered to Annette Klimka or Rose Garcia at the. Catholic Center or faxed to 505 831 8225 or emailed to aklimka archdiosf org or. rogarcia archdiosf org, Send the following no later than NOVEMBER 1 2015 to.
Annette Klimka, Victim Assistance and Safe Environment Coordinator. 4000 St Joseph Place NW, Albuquerque NM 87120, FAX 505 831 8225. Any Parent refusal forms or notes from parents indicating that they did not want. their child to participate in the sessions, The Teaching Report 2015 2016 Form with all the information completed. Guidelines for 2015 2016, Revised July 2015, PROVIDING A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH. Archdiocese of Santa Fe Requirements, In the effort to provide a save environment for all children and young people in our care the.
Archdiocese of Santa Fe policy requires the following. 1 PROTECTING OUR CHILDREN ABUSE AWARENESS TRAINING FOR. ADULTS explains signs and symptoms of child abuse how to respond to a disclosure of. child abuse sexual abuse and ways of detecting it responding to it and preventing it. describes standards of conduct and New Mexico law and Archdiocesan policies and. procedures for reporting suspected abuse, Who must attend this workshop. According to Archdiocesan policy the Abuse Awareness Training is required for all employees. and volunteers, Workshops are scheduled by the Safe Environment Coordinator s office The schedule is. published in the People of God newspaper and on www archdiosf org To register for an Abuse. Awareness Training presentation call 831 8144, 2 YOUTH PROTECTION TEACHER TRAINING teaches the rationale and. methodology for teaching children and youth some skills for being safe and protecting. themselves against potential abuse and communicating any potential danger. Who must attend this training, Only catechists teachers and youth ministers who will conduct these sessions with children or. young people are required to attend this training The Archdiocese provides this training for all. catechetical leaders and youth ministers who in turn are expected to train their catechists and. other youth ministers For information about this program and training please contact Annette. Klimka at 831 8144, 3 BACKGROUND CHECKS are completed by the Safe Environment Office to insure.
that all those who may have contact with children or youth at the parish or school have. had no criminal complaints filed against them alleging sexual abuse or harassment. Who must submit information for a background check. All employees and volunteers are required to submit their personal information needed for a. background check If the Safe Environment Office needs additional information about an. employee or volunteer for the background check they will contact the parish and request the. information Please cooperate and provide the needed information For more information. contact Annette Klimka at 831 8144, Guidelines for 2015 2016. Revised July 2015, Archdiocese of Santa Fe, Approved Resources for Use with Children. 1 Lesson plans Faith Family and Friends Self Safety Lessons published by NCEA. 1993 Lesson plans for grades K 8 The Archdiocese has obtained permission to copy. and distribute these particular lessons for use in schools and religious formation. 2 Video Yes You Can Say No Video for grades 2 6 produced by Committee for. Children 801 First Avenue South Suite 100 Seattle WA 98134 1229. www cfchildren org 1 800 634 4449 ext 6213 Purchase price 65 00. 3 Audio Tape and Book Sam s Story Audio tape and book for grades K 1 produced. by Committee for Children 801 First Avenue South Suite 100 Seattle WA 98134. 1229 www cfchildren org 1 800 634 4449 ext 6213 Purchase price 18. Big Book of Sam s Story is also available, 4 Video When Should You Tell Dealing with Abuse Video for grades 3 6 or 7. from Sunburst Visual Media www sunburstvm com or 1 800 431 1934 or 1 888 267. 6368 ext 6001 Maria Caprara NM representative Purchase Price 79 95. 5 Video My Body Belongs to Me Video for grades K 3 from Sunburst Visual Media. www sunburstvm com or 1 800 431 1934 or 1 888 267 6368 ext 6001 Maria Caprara. NM representative Purchase Price 79 95, 6 Kit Child Lures Prevention School Program for elementary through junior high. 5166 Shelburne Road Shelburne Vermont 05482 802 958 8458 www childlures org. One kit is 489 00 An excellent program for schools Not available through the. Archdiocese MRC, 7 Book Learning About Life Love Infatuation Friendship Exploitation A Family.
Based Program on Relationships and Abuse Prevention for pre school through 10th. grade by Karen Sawyer and Kathie Amidei Ave Maria Pres www avemariapress com. 19 95 Good for family catechesis programs, 8 DVD Smart Choices Strong Voices How to honor your instincts to stay safe by the. Diocese of St Cloud www stclouddiocese org, 9 Program RCL Benziger contact Anne Campbell 888 658 3131. Supplementary classroom resources may be used with one of the above programs from. Prevent Child Abuse America Channing L Bete 1 800 835 2671. http pcaamerica channing bete com, o Know What Your Body is Yours a children s activity booklet with teacher. guide for ages 6 8 Purchase price 1 75 each, Guidelines for 2015 2016. Revised July 2015, o Who Knew The Stop the Hurting Issue a children s activity booklet with.
teacher guide for ages 9 11 Purchase price 1 75 each. o My Body Belongs to Me also in Spanish Mi Cuerpo es Mio a children s story. book for ages 2 6 Purchase price 1 75 each, DVD BINDER Think Before You Click Playing It Safe Online grades 5th 12th. Human Relations Media 41 Kensico Drive Mount Kisco NY 10549 1 800 431 2050. www hrmvideo com Purchase price 130 Supplement to Child Protection programs. The Safe Environment Office has a number of supplementary materials that provide good. background information for teachers catechists and parents including a parent video in. English and Spanish and some materials that parents may wish to use at home with their. These resources are available for loan through the Safe Environment Office. As new resources become available this list will be updated. Guidelines for 2015 2016, Revised July 2015, Archdiocese of Santa Fe. Approved Resources for Use with Youth, 1 Video Child Abuse from Teen Health Series Schlessinger Video Production 1994 30. minutes Grades 7 12 Oblate Media 1509 Washington Ave Suite 550 St Louis MO. 63103 1821 800 233 4629 www videoswithvalues org Purchase price 39 95. 2 DVD Breaking the Silence grades 7 12 Catholic Diocese of Orange CA 2004 PO Box. 14195 Orange CA 92863 714 282 3059 www rcbo org Purchase price 29 95. 3 Book Sex and the Teenager Choices and Decisions Chapter 9 Sexual Abuse By. Kieran Sawyer 1999 Ave Maria Press PO Box 428 Notre Dame IN 46556 1 800 282. 1865 www avemariapress com Purchase Price Leader s Manual 21 95 Participant s. 4 Book Sexual Abuse Prevention A Course of Study for Teenagers Session 3 pp 9 14. The Good the Bad and the Confusing by Rebecca Voelkel Haugen and Marie M. Fortune Cleveland United Church Press 1996 order from Faith Trust Institute 2400 N. 45th Street 10 Seattle WA 98103 1 877 860 2255 cpsdv cpsdv org www cpsdv org. Purchase Price 8 95 Note There is some information that will need to be modified on. page 12 to reflect Catholic teaching, 5 Book Creating Safe and Sacred Places Identifying Preventing and Healing Sexual. Abuse Session 5 pp 98 110 by Gerald J McGlone and Mary Shrader St Mary s. Press 702 Terrace Heights Winona MN 55987 1318 1 800 533 8095 www smp org. Purchase Price 24 95 Note This book also has some very helpful background. information and sessions for leaders and parents, 6 Book Learning About Life Love Infatuation Friendship Exploitation A Family Based.
Program on Relationships and Abuse Prevention for pre school through 10th grade by. Kieran Sawyer Kathie Amidei 2006 Ave Maria Press www avemariapress com 19 95. Good for family catechesis programs, 7 DVD Binder Think Before You Click Playing it Safe Online Human Relations. Media 41 Kensico Dr Mount Kisco NY 10549 1 800 431 2050 www hrmvideo com. Purchase price 130 A good alternative resource for groups who have used the above. 8 DVD Personal Power A gut check on Safety Diocese of St Cloud Minnesota. www stclouddiocese org, 9 Program RCL Benziger contact Anne Campbell 888 658 3131. 10 Teen Lures Newscast DVD features class discussion plans Teen Lures Prevention. www teenluresprevention com, Guidelines for 2015 2016. Revised July 2015, The Safe Environment Office has a number of other good resources that would be helpful as. background information for teachers catechists and parents. These resources are available for loan through the Safe Environment Office. As new resources become available this list will be updated. Guidelines for 2015 2016, Revised July 2015, Letter .
teaching religious education classes to children and youth in any parish or school activity have completed the required training This training ensures the diocese that all adults have been given information on what materials and resources to use to teach the self protection classes

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