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We look forward to meeting you working with you and helping you to help those who need it most.
The Love Is Action Community Initiative brings together
diverse stakeholders to assist children and families in
distress through the use of safe and effective interventions
that enrich the lives of all
Overview Of Love In Action
Love Is Action connects community stakeholders, including the faith community, local business, government services, non profit social service organizations, justice and law enforcement, education, mental health, state and local politicians, civic groups and clubs, and concerned individuals, to help those in distress under the guidance and oversight of social services professionals in safe ways that diminish social isolation and promote measurable and sustainable responses.
The purpose of Love Is Action is to prevent tragic outcomes, including:
- Child neglect and abuse
- Substance abuse
- Commercial sexual exploitation of children
- Poverty & homelessness
- Mental illness
- Education deficits
- Children placed in foster care
Love Is Action can be launched in any community where at least one passionate person is willing to champion the cause of improving the community by helping its most vulnerable.
Love Is Action is safe. Everyone is encouraged to participate in one of three categories:
- Level 1 is meeting physical needs like donating goods or services.
- Level 2 is relational, which would require appropriate vetting by a public or private social services or child welfare organization.
- Level 3 is “all in,” meaning meeting a persons physical, relational, and emotional needs, such as in fostering, adopting, or becoming a Safe Family. Level 3 participants receive the highest level of diligent scrutiny
Learn more about CASA, volunteers standing up for abused and neglected children and changing their lives. Give a child a voice.
- Foster Family Services
- Group Homes
- Head Start Programs
- Counseling Services / Hotlines
- Child / Family Service Organizations
- Alternative Education / Schools
- Reading Programs
- Youth Recreation Programs
- Parenting Education
- Child Welfare Organizations
If this has prompted you think or you have a questions you would like answered give us a call at (517) 545-9325