Child Protection
Children and youth represent a large percentage of the ministry that happens in the Seventh-day Adventist&nbsp;Church, including Sabbath School, VBS, Pathfinders, summer camps, and the educational system. This is why having an effective child-protection program is so critical.<br /> <br /> An effective child-protection plan starts with screening and regular training for anyone who works with young people. Consideration must be given to your facilities as well as proper supervision protocols to minimize accidents and prevent incidents of abuse.<br /> &nbsp;
Downloadable Infosheets
Starting a Child Protection Plan
Check-In/Check-Out Policy
Sex Offenders In The Church: A Legal Guide
Youth Supervision
Consent Form for Working with Children Online
Church Participation Agreement
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Solution Articles
Managing Known Sex Offenders
Before They Volunteer
Who is Responsible for These Kids?
This Year’s Vacation Bible School <br/> Virtual or In Person
4-Step Screening Process
Starting a Child Protection Plan at Your Church
Protecting Children is Focus of 5th Annual Safety Sabbath
The Back-to-School Checklist
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Webinars And Videos
Building the Right Fence
Join ARM's chief client care officer, David Fournier, in this webinar on the guidelines and processes you can put in place today to create a safer environment for the children in your ministry. Learn how to build the right fence for your ministry.
How to Prevent Bullying in Your Ministry
Join ARM's chief client care officer, David Fournier and client care manager, Daisy Montes de Oca for a webinar to help you learn how to prevent bullying your ministry. Watch and share with your leaders in education.

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