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Mission Statement

Protecting Americas Abused Children (PAAC)is an ever evolving search and research for solutions to best serve the future of America... America's Children. (PAAC)

We believe that America's most valuable resource for a strong and secure future, is in the children; yet, the most overlooked as a resource for America's future are indigent children who by no choice of their own, are robbed of the opportunities available to those who are not from indigent families... simply because they lack the resources and a level playing field for becoming proud contributors and members of the American community.

The Mission of Protecting Americas Abused Children (PAAC)isbreaking the cycles (through a holistic approach), that have lead to generations of indigence, provide a level playing field, and clear the way (as an investment in America's future and security) for indigent children, their children, and generations to follow, so that they too, may benefit from higher education and freedoms intended to be enjoyed by all Americans.

As part of a holistic approach to break away from behavioral cycles and dependencies that hold them back, (PAAC) addresses multiple behaviors and social patterns that are common in indigence. In addition to counseling and therapy, job training, and higher education (PAAC) is committed to help fund athletic and music programs for children such as soccer, tennis, baseball, choir, orchestra and, creative arts including the availability of scholarships for outstanding achievements in overcoming challenges brought about from indigence and abuse.

These programs contribute to positive mental health and well being of all children, but are often out of reach for indigent children and families because of financial requirements for instruments, equipment, summer programs, trips, and other out of pocket expenses required of student's families. Tax deductible contributions provide funding for ongoing research to find and improve on effective methods for treatment and intervention of behavioral cycles that lead to or are caused as a result of indigence found common within indigent children and families.

In part, these studies are conducted in the form of ongoing conferences and workshops for finding common ground between members of private and government agencies working directly with indigent children and families. These individuals and agencies specialize in the areas of preventative intervention for a variety of behavioral conditions who's collective purpose from these conferences and workshops is for establishing standards of methods and technology for effective treatment (pre and post) for abuses resulting from behavioral patterns found common in indigents for the sole purpose of breaking behavioral cycles that lead to indigence, and clearing the way for indigent children to enjoy the benefits of higher education, and become proud and productive members of the American community.

Our research shows that indigent children by no choice of their own, are the victims of many abuses including neglect from a society which for the most part, ignores the issue of indigence and the effect on the American economy and future stability.

Our research has also shown that in order to break the cycles that lead to indigence and the common abuses affecting indigent children, ineffective policies, statutes, procedures, methods, and personnel which have enabled indigent behavior to continue for generations rather than address the causes and break the cycles that lead to indigent behavior, has resulted in a waste of taxpayer resources, a positive contribution to the American community and economy, as well as greater risk to national security which must be changed or eliminated.

Therefore, the Mission of Protecting Americas Abused Children (PAAC)encourages Americans (government and private, employer, employee, and multicultural communities) working together individually and collectively with a common purpose and investment for the future and security of America for all Americans as a whole.

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As part of What We Do, Protecting America's Abused Children ( paacnv.org ) commits funds provided through donations, grants, and other resources toward research dedicated to discovery and improving methods for breaking behavioral cycles resulting in indigent lifestyles as a result of choice, which affect indigent children who by no choice of their own, are unable to enjoy opportunities for higher education, having the tools and financial resources including counseling and medical services available to children of non indigent families.

In addition to lacking resources for obtaining the benefits of higher education, statistics show that the majority of indigent children are most vulnerable to becoming victims of number of abuses in the course of childhood as well as dependant on welfare and other assistance as they themselves fall into the cycle of indigence.

Indigent children are statistically at a higher risk because of their environment and lack of financial resources, to resort to criminal behavior as a means of survival and peer support which often results in incarceration.

In researching generations of cycles of behavior that results in indigence including negligence on the part of the American public and government agencies and legislators who rather than address the causes of indigence to break the cycles of indigent behavior and abuse of indigent children, have by ignoring the problem, has enabled a problem that is preventable.

We believe that America's children are a vital resource for America's future which requires an investment for America's future; that rather than a liability and drain on American taxpayer resources, if given adequate tools and resources for a level playing field and higher education indigent children and families could be free from the cycles of indigent behavior and proud contributing members of the American Community.

Due to historic changes in our economy a record number in our population has fallen into the statistical status of indigence consisting of young people and families of multicultural communities who will no longer be able to afford the opportunity for higher education; many of whom will tumble into the cycles and vulnerability to abuses and dependencies commonly associated with indigence.

Paacnv.org dedicates funds and contributions from donations, grants, and community partners in interest to help level the playing field for indigent and abused children and families of multicultural communities to clear the way for higher education, better jobs, housing, healthcare, liberties, and pursuits expected and enjoyed as constitutionally intended by a majority of American's.

Paacnv.org provides financial assistance to other non profit organizations or services having these principles, whose focus is related to indigent young people and families of multicultural communities including qualified and accredited marriage and family counseling or other specific treatments or therapy needed for a holistic approach to overcoming post trauma from abuses and past experiences including behavioral cycles and dependencies, to make way for higher education and quality of life.

To help meet the need for a holistic approach for building confidence in indigent and abused children and families of multicultural communities and to break away from behavioral cycles and dependencies that hold them back, in addition to counseling and therapy, job training, and higher education ppaacnv.org , is committed to helping fund athletic and music programs for children such as soccer, tennis, baseball, choir, orchestra and, creative arts including the availability of scholarships for outstanding achievements in overcoming challenges brought about from indigence and abuse. These programs contribute to positive mental health and well being of all children, but are often out of reach for indigent children and families because of financial requirements for instruments, equipment, summer programs, and trips.

As part of a well rounded agenda to help level the playing field for qualified young people and families of multicultural communities, paacnv.org provides financial resources for private investigations in cooperation with federal agencies relating to violations of discrimination or deprival of equal protection of law and constitutional rights resulting from an indigent status. In addition, paacnv.org cooperates with state and federal law enforcement to prosecute violators under federal civil rights and other applicable statutes.

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by colleen n. from las vegas, NV (September 4, 2009)
Children should be the number one people we help. They are our future an their little angels. I myself was abused, raped an beaten, by my step dad. From the time I was 5 until I was 12. I'm so grateful for people who stand up an HELP them I believe they are angels! In my heart I fell that I was put on this earth to help abused children. Because, I know how it feels to be abused and so now I would like to be the one who helps an listens to the little angel who needs it the most. Because it makes the world of difference to have someone who just listens, an understands. I believe helping children who have been abused is always the way to go. Because they need someone too. Colleen newman My email is canewman21@aol.com please e-mail me if you have any questions Thank You
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