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What is First-hand Insights?

We launched First-hand Insights to give our stakeholders reliable information and real-life inspiration. Why? Because we believe those working hardest on behalf of children deserve to hear directly from trusted sources and thought leaders in their field. Think of it as “news for CTF insiders,” a periodic, first-hand look at the tangible steps being taken to protect and strengthen Missouri’s kids and families.
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Hero Highlights Interview #1: Rich Hennicke

Hero Highlights Interview #1: Rich Hennicke

“Last year, in the first issue of First-Hand Insights, we asked you to nominate people you would consider “Heroes” in the field of child abuse and neglect prevention.

This interview is the first in our series to be released, featuring one of the individuals YOU nominated! We know anyone connected to the field will be encouraged by the conversation…”

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CTF Celebrates Launch of “Something We Agree On”

CTF Celebrates Launch of “Something We Agree On”

Public Education update: Our Something We Agree On Campaign is live now at!

This campaign is CTF’s latest educational and awareness initiative that aims to bring perceived and actual norms related to child well-being into alignment…

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