Community Education & Advocacy
The Children's Justice Project provides community education and advocacy on a variety of topics affecting children and families. Executive Director Pamela J. Miller regularly speaks to social workers, community organizations, and policy makers on topics including childhood poverty, child maltreatment, early childhood mental health, therapeutic play, crisis intervention, advocacy for children in school, youth suicide prevention, and other related topics.
The Children's Justice Project partners with the National Association of Social Workers to provide free, continuing education that is open to the public.
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Miller speaks regularly at the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Ohio Annual Conference, the Ohio Association of Child-Caring Agencies (OACCA) Annual Conference, and the NASW Ohio Region 6 Continuing Education Series.