Our Children
Our Children, formerly called Our Home,is a bi-annual newsletter that has been published by Natchez Children’s Services for over 25 years. Each issue includes articles on events, donors, and volunteers that play a major part in the everyday mission of NCHS.
Mississippi Legislature Honors NCS on 200th Annivesary

Senator Bob M. Dearing of Mississippi District 37 introduced a resolution in the recent session of the Mississippi Legislature honoring Natchez Children’s Services on its 200th anniversary. On April 19, 2016, both the Senate and the House of Representatives adopted the resolution, which reads in part “we do hereby join the City of Natchez in celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Natchez Children’s Services, and extend our best wishes to this outstanding organization on this auspicious landmark event."

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NCS Victim Advocate Dee Thomas-Jones, pictured above, can help children recognize sexual abuse if they experience it. Through presentations of the SafeTouch Curriculum to school classes, she educates the kids on the difference between touches that are okay and those that are not okay, and between good secrets (birthday surprises) and bad secrets (those that make the child feel unsafe or uncomfortable).


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The mission of Natchez Children’s Services is to intervene in the lives of children and families in crisis by providing education, counseling, advocacy, prevention and support services in a loving, child-friendly environment.
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