CARE House of Oakland County

Thank you, CARE House community, for your support of the first-ever virtualCircle of Friends program. 
Together, 330 attendees honored the memory of Barry King — a major supporter of our Pontiac facility construction in 2011, a believer in CARE House programing and services and a dedicated spokesman for child safety throughout the region — and helped CARE House raise $48,310.
The King family’s painful, but important, story, helps call attention to the vital mission of CARE House — the prevention, and treatment of abuse and neglect and advocacy for victims.Please, feel encouraged to share. CLICK HERE to watch the 25th annual Circle of Friends program — a panel discussion, moderated by Kevin Dietz, with Timothy’s siblings, Cathy Broad, Chris King and Mark King, and Marney Rich Keenan, author of “The Snow Killings: Inside the Oakland County Child Killer Investigation.”If you have information about the case, please call the Oakland County Prosecutor’s office at (248) 858-0656.Additional Resources
➤  CARE House | Who We Are and What We Do➤  Donate Now |At $100 and above, receive a copy of the book, “The Snow Killings” and access the virtual book club on March 9 at 11 a.m. or 7 p.m.➤ Sign Up for One of Our Tours➤ NYT article Marney referred to during the panel discussion➤ Cathy Broad’s blog about the case
CARE House Mission: To be a leading resource in the prevention of child abuse and neglect, and the protection of children through advocacy, education, intervention, research, training, and treatment, in collaboration with the community. 
CARE House Vision: To impact the safety of every child in Oakland County through intervention, prevention and treatment. ‌  ‌  ‌  ‌
The main Circle of Friends program starts at about the 24-minute mark. 

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Please consider a donation to CARE House. You can use the link listed above or text the word carehouse to 56661.  
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