Child Abuse Prevention Month Tool Kit
Since 1983, April has been National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The observance serves to educate parents and the community about warning signs of child abuse and neglect, helping resources and to reinforce that the safety and well-being of children is a shared community responsibility.
Talking to people about parenting or reporting potential child abuse or neglect can feel uncomfortable. It takes courage to speak up, but it only takes a minute to make a difference. Child safety and well-being is everyone's responsibility. Find out how you can help by reading this article on child abuse prevention.
Victims of domestic abuse often have great difficulty coming to terms with their abusive relationship. If you, your spouse or someone you know is concerned about the possibility of abusive behavior, check out this article to help you understand what to do and where to get support if you are a victim of domestic abuse.
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