Press Releases

PROJECT HARMONY EARNS RE-ACCREDITATION

11/11/2016

Project Harmony has been awarded re-accreditation by National Children’s Alliance following an extensive application and site review process. Accreditation is the highest level of membership with National Children’s Alliance and denotes excellence in service provision.

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The Behavior Isn't the Kid

11/10/2016

With recent controversy regarding a student thrown from her desk because she didn’t obey orders - Project Harmony presents PAPER TIGERS, a feature length documentary that explores the impact of adverse childhood experiences on struggling teens. Their teachers are armed with new science and fresh approaches that are changing their students' lives for the better.

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Project Harmony Provides Tips for Walking Safely to School

11/08/2016

“Gang Violence Fueled by Clicks on Social Media”; “A Series of Shootings Rattles Northeast Omaha”; “Female Police Officer Murdered by Gang Member”; “12-Year-Old Arrested in Connection With a Deadly Omaha Shooting”; “Omaha Police Respond to another Shooting” – Recognize these headlines?

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Project Harmony Congratulates Two Outstanding Leaders

11/08/2016

Project Harmony would like to congratulate two of their outstanding leaders, Gene Klein and Deb Anderson, recently recognized through the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO).

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Summer Safety Includes a Technology Safety

11/08/2016

Summer safety for children goes well beyond sunscreen, swimming, biking, and softball/baseball. With the explosion in communication tools, technology should be included within your summer safety checklist.

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Project Harmony Hosts Avenue Scholars

11/08/2016

On Wednesday, February 24, 2016, Project Harmony will host 25 High School Juniors through the Avenue Scholars Foundation.

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Project Harmony a model for all Child Advocacy Centers

11/08/2016

Project Harmony is leading the way for all Child Advocacy Centers (CAC) across the country with strong multidisciplinary teams.

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Kristina Haynie Attends Advanced Analytics for Child Welfare

11/08/2016

Kristina Haynie, Project Harmony’s Research and Information Specialist, was accepted into the Advanced Analytics for Child Welfare Administration sponsored by Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago, The Center for State Child Welfare Data and Casey Family Programs.

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Project Harmony enhances access to children, families

11/08/2016

Project Harmony, along with the Northeast Nebraska Child Advocacy Center, started delivering a coordinated response to children suspected of abuse/neglect or witness to a violent event using a third partner, The Bridge in Fremont, as an alternate site.

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Javier Castellote

10/06/2016

Javier Castellote, Training Specialist at Project Harmony, is tasked with talking about delicate subjects such as abuse and child neglect. One of his goals is to combine his skill as a musician with his classes because he is convinced that music can help overcome negative moments and issues.

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