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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 8/13/2018

Everyone has had an anxious moment or two in their lives, but many people — even kids — struggle with daily anxiety. Anxiety can be a contributing factor in depression, and even if it’s not that severe, it can make day-to-day activities tough. Kids who suffer from anxiety may exhibit physical symptoms like asthma and stomach aches, or could have trouble eating, sleeping, or going to the bathroom. If your child is showing signs of anxiety, it’s important to ask why, and then to help your child address the cause and manage the associated feelings. For a copy of the complete VIRTUS© article, “The Age of Anxiety in Children: Implications for Providing Safe Catholic Schools, Part II,” click here.

Todos han tenido un momento de ansiedad o dos en sus vidas, pero muchas personas, incluso niños, luchan con la ansiedad diaria. La ansiedad puede ser un factor que contribuye a la depresión, e incluso si no es tan grave, puede dificultar las actividades cotidianas. Los niños que sufren de ansiedad pueden presentar síntomas físicos como asma y dolores de estómago, o pueden tener problemas para comer, dormir o ir al baño. Si su hijo muestra signos de ansiedad, es importante preguntar por qué, y luego ayudar a su hijo a abordar la causa y manejar los sentimientos asociados. Para obtener una copia del artículo completo de VIRTUS ©, “The Age of Anxiety in Children: Implications for Providing Safe Catholic Schools, Part II” (La edad de la ansiedad en los niños: implicaciones para proporcionar escuelas católicas seguras, parte II), haga clic aquí​.

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