YMCA of Greater Hartford to participate in National Child Abuse Prevention Month

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The YMCA of Greater Hartford joins the fight to protect children from abuse in National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

The YMCA of Greater Hartford will have employees and members sign pledge cards to declare they will learn about childhood sexual abuse, warning signs, and what to do about the situation if they get an indication that it is occurring.  

Related: Bridgeport students rally for safer travel routes to get to school

It’s all apart of an effort to raise awareness during National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

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