News Archives

PayPal

Melisha Gibson

Dr. Tom Biller reflects on child abuse case

THE MELISHA GIBSON child abuse and murder case was the first such case Dr. Tom Biller, now executive director of the Behavioral Research Institute, dealt with in Cleveland. He spoke to Bradley Sunrise Rotary recently about this 1976 case and his role with the institute and the programs that have evolved to help stop child abuse because of this nationally publicized child abuse case.

slideshow

There was this boy. This little boy.

Whenever he got mad, he’d hit something.

In fact, the first thing he’d always do is hit.

One day, unbeknownst to the little boy, his teacher happened to notice him getting mad.… Continue reading

Article source: http://www.clevelandbanner.com/view/full_story/18591903/article-Dr--Tom-Biller-reflects-on-child-abuse-case?instance=latest_articles

Do something MORE about the problems our children face…

REPORT CHILD ABUSE
WHEN YOU SEE IT, HEAR IT, KNOW ABOUT IT


•  Cyber Tipline 1-800-843-5678
•  Childhelp 1-800-4-A-Child
•  State by State Child Abuse Reporting Numbers

NXT2NU Family Thrift Shoppe

NXT2NU Family Thrift Shoppe
& the Job Training Program is temporarily closed during relocation
GRAND RE-OPENING:
2013 (Date TBA)

 

The Benevolence Program
is accepting new & gently used donated goods
Pickup is available in the Snohomish/King County area
Email us or call 425-374-2635


 

WANTED*
~ Baling Machine ~
~ Box Truck ~
~ Clothing Racks & Shelving ~
~ Commercial Grade Clothing Steamer ~
~ Shopping Carts & Baskets ~
~ Shopping Bags ~
~ Plastic Store Hangers ~
~ Office Furniture ~
~ Overstock or Out-of-Season Inventory ~
~ Part-time Volunteers
~
(Retail Sales Associates
& Office Personnel)
~ Volunteer Coordinator ~
~ eCommerce Specialist ~
~ Marketing Advisor ~

 


Know of a business in the area with excess inventory or fixtures?
CONTACT US
1-877-203-0742

 

Make A Difference!


Recycle • Reuse
Pass Forward

 

*TAX RECEIPTS are given for your donation

 

Visit the Store on: