Elementary Teacher Training

The Four Corners Child Advocacy Center is offering incentivized training for Montezuma County elementary educators (teachers & paras), counselors, and administrators. Each staff member can…

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Child Abuse Awareness Month is almost over…

Child Abuse Awareness Month is almost over, but that doesn’t mean our work ends. This April over 600 2nd and 3rd grade students in Montezuma…

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Lip Sync Battle: People’s Choice Voting Open!

Visit PEOPLE’S CHOICE VOTING, to pre-vote for your friends and neighbors as they compete for the People’s Choice award. VOTE HERE Each dollar donated equals…

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Pre-Order 2019 GO BLUE SHIRTS!

Our shirts are now available to pre-order. Visit our order page: 2019 GO BLUE SHIRTS

Training at the Center

In 2019 we have a goal of offering 2 trainings a month. From Stewards of Children to Spark the Conversation: Sexting to Trauma Symptoms in…

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Job Opening: Child & Family Advocate

Four Corners Child Advocacy Center is seeking a full-time child & family advocate. The Child/Victim Advocate is responsible for promoting a child friendly, supportive environment…

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Job Opening: Forensic Interviewer/Child & Family Advocate

Four Corners Child Advocacy Center is seeking a full-time forensic interviewer/child & family advocate. The Forensic Interviewer/Child and Family Victim Advocate provides quality, neutral, non-leading…

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Thank you!

The Four Corners Child Advocacy Center staff and board would like to thank Shannon Maley Carver and Judith Swain for their dedication and service to…

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How Should I Talk About A Traumatic Event?

Use age-appropriate language and explanations. The timing and language used are important. Immediately following the trauma, the child will not be very capable of processing…

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Should I talk about the traumatic event?

  PART 1 of 10:   Do not be afraid to talk about the traumatic event. Children do not benefit from ‘not thinking about it’…

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