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OneKindWord featured on WTAE Pittsburgh 5:00 news with reporter Bob Mayo.


OneKindWord spotlight on WDUQ Pittsburgh with reporter Erika Beras.


Op editorial written by Executive Director Walter Smith, Jr. PhD titled "Be the Difference" in the Post-Gazette in response to man who hit child at WalMart.


OneKindWord launches its first social marketing venture on Facebook.  Become a fan and follow our growth and progress.


OneKindWord contributors and participants, Giant Eagle and Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium honored at the Child Abuse Prevention Month Award Benefit hosted by Family Resources

Empowering individuals to step in helpfully when a parent or child are having a tough time.

Most people have witnessed a parent and child struggling in a public place. Perhaps it has been a child having a meltdown in the middle of a store, a parent who has lost their patience and is yelling at or slapping their child, or a child who has wandered away and is in an unsafe situation. These situations can be uncomfortable for everyone involved. Parent-child conflicts present problems of risk to safety and liability for companies, disruption of sales, and harm to public image. Yet few people know what to do when they occur.

The purpose of OneKindWord is to raise awareness about parent-child conflicts in public and empower people to step in helpfully when they see a stressed parent or a child who is unsafe.  

OneKindWord offers a workshop that provides employees with the skills needed to identify these situations and provide support and assistance to parents and children having a difficult time.

Browse the website for more information on how you or your business can participate in OneKindWord.