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New Orleans, Louisiana 70130

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Join the Prevention Movement this April!

  • Buy our unique door hanger from Home Malone & display it this April!  A portion of the profits will be donated to Listen to Kids.  
  • LTK has pinwheels, yard signs, and t-shirts for you this APRIL!  We also have prevention literature.  If you're in the greater NOLA area, contact Jo Ann to request some, while supplies last. (email address to come...)
  • Keep up with LTK's social media feed.  We'll be spreading the light of awareness all month.
  • Come hang out with us in Audubon Park on Sunday, April 11 from 3-5pm!  We'll have crafts for kids & prevention information.
  • Tell your friends about Listen to Kids, and let them know we're participating in GiveNOLA Day on May 4.
  • Browse our newly updated website sections: "Prevention" and "I want to know more about..."  SO much information & SO many resources.

Let's Break the Cycle

Child abuse (which includes neglect) is a public health crisis.  It's been estimated that one in FOUR girls and one in SIX boys experiences sexual assault before they turn 18.  There are more sexual assault victims under 18 years old than over 18.  One in ten people in the United States have experienced at least three Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) before their 18th birthday. Untreated, an ACE "score" of 3 or above leads to chronic and life-threatening health & relationship disorders. (For example: addiction, depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, heart problems, cancer, chronic fatigue, chronic pain...)  Learn more and get involved.

  • Matthew 25:35-36
    Matthew 25:35-36

    "For I was hungry & you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty & you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me..."

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Parents: Teens WILL be partying this Mardi Gras. Be aware, and make a non-judgemental plan with your kids.
Young'uns: SEX TRAFFICKING is REAL, and Mardi Gras is an opportunity for pimps to get new slaves.