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PFSA President and CEO writes on the cost of child abuse clearances

3/23/15 - Read Angela Liddle's letter to the editor in PennLive (Harrisburg Patriot-News)
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MEDIA ADVISORY – APRIL 1 PFSA AWARD BREAKFAST

3/19/15 - The Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance will honor State Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman as its “2015 Ambassador for Pennsylvania’s Children,” and kick off Child Abuse Prevention Month at an 8:00 a.m. breakfast on April 1 at the Harrisburg Hilton. PFSA also will honor Members 1st Federal Credit Union and Hershey Entertainment & Resorts as “2015 Partners for Change.”
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PFSA ISSUES STATEMENT ON DELAYS AND BACKLOGS IN PA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES’ CHILDLINE

2/05/15 - Angela Liddle, President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance (PFSA), issued a statement today in response to recent media reports of problems with the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services’ (DHS) ChildLine child abuse-reporting hotline, staffing deficiencies at DHS, and the delay in the release of funding for mandated-reporter training.
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PFSA Leader Comments on Unanswered Calls at ChildLine

2/05/15 - Concern over calls to ChildLine, the statewide child abuse reporting hotline, going unanswered and backlogs in filling requests for clearances have sparked media attention. Angela Liddle, President and CEO of PA Family Support Alliance, responded to media requests about the issue. Follow the links below to learn more.
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Do you know how to recognize and report child abuse? We do.

1/13/15 - Today, we launched our newest online training product, “Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse,” developed by 1 of the top10 sources of custom e-learning solutions in the United States. After our training, you'll understand the new CPSL and learn to apply the law in specific scenarios as you increase your knowledge and confidence level.
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