Shows Main Idea – Last week I interviewed Dianne Keech about domestic violence and child abuse. After the podcast ended, we continued to talk for another ninety minutes. This podcast is part of our “off the cuff,” behind the scenes conversation, as Dianne shared more of her burden for the church to take a more effective role in helping abused children.
You may want to read:
- Ep. 132 Dianne Keech: S.A.F.E. Child Protection Consulting
- Foster Children – The Forgotten Victims Of Abuse
- A Cry For the Victims Of Abuse
Website – www.safeconsulting.org
Mission – To promote the S.A.F.E. Child Protection Review Model (Safety, Analysis, Follow-up, and Empowerment) and to encourage community-based solutions.
Values – Child Focused, Family-Centered, Community Based, Professionally Excellent
Dianne Keech Bio
Dianne has 30 years’ experience advocating for at-risk children. In the last 20 years, she has worked extensively in the state of Kansas. As a Wyandotte County Court Services Officer, she completed over two thousand Child In Need of Care Assessments.
As a former Deputy Director for Kansas Department for Children and Families (DCF) Prevention and Protection Services, Dianne was in charge of overseeing the Kansas Protection Report Center (child abuse and neglect hotline), Investigation and Assessment, Family Services, and Family Preservation Services.
She was a member of the KS State Child Death Review Board and appointed to the Governor’s Subcommittee on Children’s Mental Health. She was also the Federal Child Justice Act, State Liaison Officer.Ep. 132 Dianne Keech S.A.F.E. Child Protection Consulting Ep. 134 Eight Days In Mexico »