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Athens County Children Services

 

Protecting Children, Strengthening Families, Securing Futures

Athens County Children Services continues to work diligently to keep children safe and families strong. We strongly believe that children living in a safe, stable, and nurturing family environment have the greatest chance of growing into productive, contributing members of the community.

Athens County Children Services works hard to provide or arrange services that enhance the factors that protect children and promote strong families. We provide prevention services that support families so that incidents of abuse and neglect are reduced or eliminated.

The agency continues to improve services as well as continuing to partner with our community to further enhance services to children and families. It does take a community to protect a child.

Athens County Children Services remains committed to working with families, service providers, and community members to provide children with safe and stable homes. Contact us today for more information.

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The Peanut Butter & Jelly Project
5/12/2014

You can help feed hungry kids in Athens County this summer with a donation of peanut butter and jelly! Athens County Children Services is running its 7th annual Peanut Butter and Jelly Project, which provides PB&J to kids at Trimble, Coolville, Amesville, The Plains, Alexander, and Chauncey Elementary schools. Donations of peanut butter and jelly can be dropped off at ACCS building 22. Cash donations are also welcome. For more information, please call 592-3061.

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2014 Lace Up for Kids Application Period
7/7/2014

Application for the 2014 Lace Up for Kids Project will be July 7 - July 30

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Kids Day At the Athens County Fair
8/6/2014

ACCS entertains kiddos of all ages with games and activities as part of the Kids Day at the Athens County Fair

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