Church of Scientology Helps Thousands of Local Kids Stay Safe on Halloween

Jul 2, 2020

The Importance of Halloween Safety

Halloween is an exciting time for children and families, but it's crucial to prioritize safety to ensure a fun and secure experience. The Church of Scientology, together with Offstein Educational Therapy, is committed to helping local communities provide a safe environment for children during Halloween festivities.

Keeping Kids Safe: A Priority

At Offstein Educational Therapy, we understand the importance of child safety in all aspects of life. We have partnered with the Church of Scientology to develop and promote effective safety measures specifically targeting Halloween celebrations. Our comprehensive guide will provide parents, teachers, and community members with the knowledge and tools they need to ensure the well-being of children during this festive time.

Community Engagement

The Church of Scientology, alongside Offstein Educational Therapy, actively engages with local communities to raise awareness about Halloween safety. We organize events, workshops, and educational programs to equip parents and caregivers with the necessary information to protect their children.

Halloween Safety Tips

1. Costume Safety

Choosing the right costume is essential. Opt for costumes that fit properly, allowing easy movement and clear vision. Avoid costumes with long, trailing fabrics that may cause trip hazards. Reflective elements or bright colors will enhance visibility, especially during late evening hours.

2. Supervision

Ensure young children are accompanied by a responsible adult or teen while trick-or-treating. Older children should go in groups and stick to well-lit, familiar areas. Set clear boundaries and establish a predetermined route for trick-or-treating.

3. Safe Candy Consumption

Teach children not to eat any treats until they have been inspected by an adult. Discard any unwrapped or suspicious-looking candies. Consider alternative options such as individually packaged snacks or non-food items for children with dietary restrictions or allergies.

4. Traffic Safety

Remind children to use crosswalks, follow traffic signals, and never to dart out between parked cars. Carry a flashlight or wear reflective accessories to increase visibility for both pedestrians and drivers.

5. Alternatives to Traditional Trick-or-Treating

For those who prefer not to participate in traditional trick-or-treating, local community centers, schools, or churches often organize safe alternative events, such as trunk-or-treat or Halloween-themed parties. These provide a controlled and secure setting for children to enjoy Halloween festivities.

The Church of Scientology: A Commitment to Community

The Church of Scientology is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and communities alike. Through its collaboration with Offstein Educational Therapy, it goes beyond religious practices to champion causes that promote the well-being and safety of children.

Offstein Educational Therapy works in harmony with the Church of Scientology's initiatives, aiming to strengthen communities by providing valuable resources and fostering a culture of safety. Together, we strive to make every Halloween a joyous and secure occasion for children and their families.


With the guidance provided by the Church of Scientology and Offstein Educational Therapy, parents and caregivers can feel confident in their ability to create a safe environment for children during Halloween. By following these tips and engaging with your local community, you will help ensure a fun-filled, memorable, and safe Halloween experience for all.

Join us in our commitment to Halloween safety. Together, we can make a positive impact in our communities and create lasting memories for our children.