The region’s leader in the fight against child abuse.

Read below for media coverage and happenings at Family Resources.

Pittsburgh Sunday Morning

Listen to Executive Director Aimee LeFevers-Kolick’s great conversation about Family Resources work.

At Family Resources we ask “What Happened?” Not “What’s Wrong?”
Yes, everyone is traumatized. It does not happen to only some people. It’s not just survivors of abuse or violence or major disasters who experience trauma. Perhaps you witnessed a bad car accident on the way home from work. Possibly you or someone you care about experienced a sudden job loss or serious illness. Maybe an unexpected turn of events stirred up a painful memory?

Family Resources is a trauma-informed agency because we:
Realize the widespread impact of trauma and recognize paths for recovery
Recognize the signs and symptoms of trauma in our clients, staff, collaborating partners and communities
Respond by fully integrating our knowledge about trauma into our policies, procedures, and practices.

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NFL’s Jerome Bettis

Jerome Bettis put on his Superman cape last Christmas. The NFL legend is rushing to the rescue after someone allegedly stole a bunch of goods intended for kids in need from a charity.

Aimee talks One Kind Word with KDKA

Family Resources Executive Director Aimee LeFevers talks about Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month and One Kind Word Program on KDKA.

Aimee talks child and domestic abuse prevention during the pandemic.

KDKA interviewed Family Resources Executive Director Aimee LeFevers about their One Kind Word Program, and the risks of domestic and child abuse during the pandemic.

COVID-19 impacting child welfare

Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 coverage. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, calls to hotlines to report child abuse have decreased by 50% across Pennsylvania – a number that is alarming to those in the child welfare community.

The KDKA Radio Morning Show with Larry Richert and Kevin Battle

Executive Director at Family Resources, Aimee LeFevers joins Larry and Kevin to discuss child abuse and how Family Resources helps those in need. They help reduce parent-child conflict and family discord.

Y’d Awake Interview with Aimee LeFevers on WDSY108

Click below to listen to the radio interview with Family Resources Executive Director, Aimee LeFevers, on child abuse prevention response during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Listen to “Pittsburgh Sunday Morning – Family Resources (Air Date 5_17_20)” on Spreaker.

Pittsburgh Sunday Morning Podcast

Listen to the podcast interview with Family Resources Executive Director, Aimee LeFevers, on child abuse prevention response during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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