SKIPP Project Brings Injury Prevention Partners Together

Anyone working with youth can benefit from education and assistance in understanding effective approaches to reduce childhood injury. Is this you? The Skills & Knowledge for Injury Prevention Partners (SKIPP) Project provides networking and no-cost training opportunities to increase knowledge of injury prevention and to ensure that efforts are effective in creating safe environments for children. See what participants said about the October 2015-April 2016 CORE Training Series.

Read the perspective of Theresa Flynn, MD

Dr. Flynn is a pediatrician and Chair of Child Fatality Prevention & Community Child Protection Teams, Wake County Human Services

Read the perspective of Colisha C. Gilbert

Ms. Gilbert is the Children and Young Adult Program Director at StepUp Ministry

Read the perspective of Tyeshia Hill

Ms. Hill is a 10thDistrict Juvenile Court Counselor for the NC Department of Public Safety, Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice


Funded through the John Rex Endowment’s preventing injury goal, the project provides network and training opportunities for people who serve children and youth in Wake County.