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Make a report: If you are being abused, have been abused, or know someone who is being abused, you can call Victims Assistance Ministry at (800) 355-2545 or seek help through one of many agencies.  Click for more info.

Programs, Support & Information

  • Megan's Law and the Archdiocese's "Zero Tolerance Policy":
    Please refer to Chapter 9 in our Administrative Handbook. 
  • Reports, Audit Summaries and Statements
    Includes the 2004 Report to the People of God, USCCB Audit Summaries, and the 2013 release of files of clergy.

"Did you Know" Articles:   Are also emailed to Parishes via the ACES accounts.
Did You Know?
Published 7/16/2018

​Amusement parks are great places to make memories as a family, but it’s important to plan ahead to maximize fun and keep everyone safe. Go over the family rules in advance, and refresh information on the way there. Make sure that everyone follows the buddy system, with at least two people together at all times. Pick a predetermined meet-up site in the event of separations, and show children where they can go for help (information desk, park security). Keep an eye out for any adults that may approach children, and stay on top of children’s locations at all times. For more tips and information click here.

​Los parques espectaculares son los mejores lugares para pasar momentos memorables con la familia, por lo que es muy importante hacer planes para divertirse y a la vez estar seguros. Antes de salir de casa, recuérdele a los niños que deben estar acompañados por alguien más de la familia en todo momento. Planea un punto de encuentro o reunión en caso de que alguien se separe del grupo, y enséneles cuáles son los lugares dónde deben acudir para pedir ayuda. Vigila dónde se encuentros los niños en todo momento y si algún adulto se acerca a ellos. Para más información, haga clic aquí​.

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