Safe Kids Forsyth, led by the Forsyth County Fire Department, hosted the Lake Lanier Water Safety Taskforce’s Media Event on July 2nd. The purpose of this event was to inform residents and visitors of metro Atlanta/North Georgia, and more specifically those that live in the four counties touching Lake Lanier, about importance water safety.
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Safe Kids Gwinnett, led by Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services, held their first coalition meeting on June 5th! At this meeting, various stakeholders in the community were introduced to the work that Safe Kids Georgia does and the relationship that the state office has with the coalition.
There were a multitude of representatives from […]Continue Reading →
Safe Kids Cherokee County is led by the Cherokee County Fire Department and they are dedicated to preventing injuries: at home, at play, and on the way. Some of their community partners are Northside Hospital Cherokee, Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department, and Corps of Engineers. Over the years this coalition has developed great partnerships […]Continue Reading →
This month, we are excited to share some of the sensational things going on at Safe Kids Cherokee County which is led by Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services. This Coalition has truly made an impact on the community and has a great team of Safe Kids Coordinators Chief Chad Arp, Kevin Bruce and Beth […]Continue Reading →
The importance of seat belt usage is certainly something that every teen and even adult should take seriously. In collaboration with our partners at Teens in the Driver’s Seat® last semester students across the state had the opportunity to take part in the 6th annual Zero Crazy activity to increase seat belt use around their […]Continue Reading →
Safe Kids Spalding is led by WellStar Spalding Regional Hospital and on January 24th they hosted a Coalition Launch. This event introduced the new coalition to the Spalding County community and discussed ways to collaborate to address unintentional injury.
Kim Stephens, Safe Kids Spalding Coordinator shared:
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As we wrap up Child Passenger Safety month, we are delighted to share some exciting happenings provided by Pamela Fair, Director of Safe Kids Columbus, which is led by Piedmont Columbus Regional.Continue Reading →
Yet again our Coalition Coordinators are meeting needs and making a difference in their community! It is our pleasure to feature this month the impact of injury prevention and amazing partnerships in action shared by Renée McCabe, Coalition Coordinator of Safe Kids Greater Augusta, led by Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
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This month we are delighted to share some exciting happenings provided by Erin Green, Coalition Coordinator of Safe Kids Gainesville/Hall County, which is led by Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
One of the programs we offer in Hall County provides children with a life jacket to use for the day through our Life Jacket Loaner Stations. We […]Continue Reading →