Programs

By educating youth-serving professionals and the general public, McMahon Ryan believes we can all work together to prevent child abuse and human trafficking in our Onondaga County community.

Our training programs address everything from identifying abuse and properly reporting it to school programs that address bullying and Internet safety. These are offered throughout the year upon request.

Learn more about our regular presentations below and use this form to take this training or to host a session.

Professional and Community Training

The McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center’s commitment to the safety and well-being of children extends beyond those served at our center. In order to prevent child abuse in our community, each of us must educate ourselves about abuse and make a personal commitment to stand up for children. We offer comprehensive training and resources for […]

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School Programs

The McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center’s commitment to the safety and well-being of children extends beyond those served at our center. We are proud to offer a wide variety of school-based prevention education programs for children and youth enrolled in grades Pre-K through 12. Our programs aim to equip students with the knowledge and tools […]

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Child Fatality Review Team

Child Fatality Review Teams function under Social Services Law 422b(1). The Onondaga Child Fatality Review Team began meeting in 1996. The team meets monthly to review the unexpected death of any Onondaga County child or adolescent 17 years of age or younger. The multidisciplinary Team also reviews findings to analyze patterns of child deaths and […]

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High Five!

High Five! was developed in 2008 after a local school called the CAC requesting a safety program for elementary school students. The growing awareness of the prevalence of child abuse in the community made it possible to bring together a team of people, including school staff, community members and CAC personnel. Together they worked to […]

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