April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
A month dedicated to raising awareness to the issue and prevention of child abuse
River Bridge Regional Center is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and provide for children’s physical, emotional, and developmental needs. During April and throughout the year, we hope to engage our community through dialogue and action to keep our children safe. RBRC exists to break the silence, expose the secrecy that binds child abuse, and give child victims their voice and strength back. Together we can make a positive impact and be the change in the lives of children.
Saturday April 3rd, 2021 at Noon, we will be planting pinwheels in remembrance of all the children we served in 2020.
Stop by the Garfield County Courthouse Veterans Memorial to honor all the “Jane Does” and “John Does”, and to hear from our Executive Director, Blythe Chapman, and other activist leaders towards the prevention of child abuse.
Let us show these children we stand by them, believe them, and will work to ensure that they can reclaim their voice and strength to live out their best life!
Would you like to have a pinwheel garden placed at your home or place of business?
For a minimum donation of $30.00 to River Bridge Regional Center, a small garden of 5 pinwheels and a sign will be planted in your yard (at home or place of business) to show support for child victims everywhere. Please fill out this inquiry form and submit payment via check to River Bridge by March 26th. Gardens will be planted early April and the signs will be removed at the end of the month, along with four (4) of the pinwheels, leaving you with one to keep up all year or save for next year.