US Club Soccer provides accident medical-dental insurance coverage to its registered members participating in US Club Soccer-sanctioned and -authorized activities.
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To help ensure the health and safety of young athletes, CDC developed the HEADS UP Concussion in Youth Sports initiative to offer information about concussions to coaches, parents, and athletes involved in youth sports.
The HEADS UP initiative provides important information on preventing, recognizing, and responding to a concussion. All coaches must complete this training prior to coaching.
Within Junior Premier League all coaches and team managers must complete SafeSport Training. This is currently executed through our governing body and must be completed yearly. The online training covers the following subjects: sexual abuse, hazing, bullying, emotional misconduct, physical misconduct, harassment (non-sexual) as well as reporting obligations
Junior Premier League requires background screening of all Adult coaches, team managers and administrators. This is currently done through the governing body of the Junior Premier League Pre-Academy Programme and is conducted on regular intervals to help ensure the safety of our youth.
Child Welfare Information Gateway – offers tools, training resources and programs to raise awareness and reduce risk. The site contains a searchable database of state statutes.
For parents, here are specific questions to ask your child’s coach, your child’s club and your child’s sports camp.
“Safer, Smarter Kids” – of Lauren’s Kids – creates abuse prevention education for elementary-aged children. Here is a parent toolkit that encourages conversations between parents and children by leading families through sample scenarios
ChildHelp.org operates a 24-hour national child abuse hotline, as well as programs for prevention, intervention and treatment.
A school absence letter for parents to use when excusing their child from school for sporting activities.