Press Releases

Committee for Children and Oregon Abuse Advocates and Survivors in Service Present: “TELLING: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Step into the Light”

Committee for Children and Oregon Abuse Advocates and Survivors in Service (OAASIS) are proud to present TELLING: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Step into the Light, in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month. The play features seven true stories of courageous adult survivors who reveal pain and secrecy, but ultimately, hope. … Read More


Committee for Children Hires New COO and CTO

Committee for Children, the Seattle-based, global leader in evidence-based social-emotional learning education, announced the expansion of its executive management team with the appointments of John Hults as chief operating officer and Mike Harrington as chief technology officer. … Read More


Committee for Children, Leigh Steinberg & Anti-Bullying Experts H.E.A.R. Launch National Coalition to Combat Bullying in Schools

Committee for Children, famed sports agent Leigh Steinberg, and H.E.A.R founder, Jimmy Shafe, are joining with bullying prevention expert Dr. Susan Swearer to form Project HEAR Us Foundation. The foundation will be enlisting high school athletes, artists, and other student leaders as instructors of research-based anti-bullying solutions and raising the awareness, engagement, and funding for anti-bullying programs in schools.

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Georgia Division of Family and Children Services—Office of Prevention and Family Support Increases Focus on Committee for Children’s Second Step Social-Emotional Learning Program

The Georgia Division of Family and Children Services—Office of Prevention and Family Support recently awarded over $500,000 dollars in grants to schools throughout the state looking to implement Committee for Children’s Second Step Social-Emotional Learning program.

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Get Your Mind Ready With Mind Yeti

Committee for Children's newest innovation is here! Mind Yeti™ is a mobile responsive web app that delivers mindfulness activities to help kids and their adults settle the “hubbub.”
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