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MayoChildren'sCenter May 24
It's . The difference foster parents can make in the life of a child is overwhelmingly positive.
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Texas CASA Apr 28
It's , a national day of prayer for victims of child abuse. If you practice prayer, we encourage you to pray with your faith community. If not, we hope you’ll keep these children in your thoughts, take a moment to honor them, & join us in raising awareness.
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HHS.gov Apr 1
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to recognize everyone's part in promoting the social and emotional well-being of children and families in our communities. Learn what you can do.
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NCMEC Apr 14
The disturbing reality is that the internet platforms we use every day to connect with each other and share information, including social media, online gaming, and e-mail, are now being used to disseminate and collect CSAI. Read more:
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United Way Dallas Apr 10
Did you know it’s Child Abuse Prevention Month? Our team came together to shine the light on our child abuse prevention efforts in North Texas! In 2017 there were 6,243 confirmed cases of child abuse in Dallas County. We must continue the work of protecting children!
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NYCC_org Apr 17
Did you know that children under age one are most susceptible to child abuse? Share this post to raise awareness for
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ProjectMeetMeHalfway Apr 30
"It's not enough to be against as a matter of opinion - most people are. We must be against it in ACTION. For a child to be safe and loved is a human rights issue that demands our involvement, not just the shaking of fists or thoughts and prayers."
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Janies Fund Apr 9
April is National Child Abuse Prevention month, and we inherently believe no child should ever experience the trauma of abuse or neglect. If you suspect a child is being abused, call 1-800-4-A-Child. Reporting could save a child’s life.
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Office of Head Start Apr 18
Child abuse and neglect can harm a child's chances to succeed in school, work, and relationships throughout their life. Visit the National Child Abuse Prevention Month website to learn how your community can support parents and children:
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Apr 16
General leaders of the Church’s programs participated in the 2019 Child Abuse Conference in Utah. Read more on how the Church approaches .
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Apr 9
There is no "normal" reaction to the trauma of child abuse. A child who has been abused needs special support and treatment as early as possible. Your pediatrician can help:
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Thorn Apr 8
While technology has presented new challenges to combatting child sexual abuse material online, it has also opened the doors for greater collaboration in developing solutions. More from in our latest guest blog:
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ILCADV Apr 24
Approximately 15.5 million children are exposed to domestic violence every year. Agencies like ICADV members provide crucial services to break the cycle and help survivors and their families heal.
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ProjectMeetMeHalfway Apr 30
We've shared a lot of numbers during and as the month closes we ask that you remember each child the numbers represent. We all have a roll in preventing . Do your part. If you suspect abuse CALL 1-800-4-A-CHILD.
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Apr 19
Helping children who are being abused is one of the hardest parts of being a pediatrician. Dr. Andrew Sirotnak says it helps to remember how much these kids need doctors trained to help them and their families heal and thrive.
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Senator Theresa Gavarone Apr 10
It is ! I’m wearing blue today for . I am happy to join our state, county and local partners in making this campaign a success!
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Missouri DESE Apr 19
DESE cares about MO students and children everywhere. To raise awareness of National Child Abuse and Prevention Month, staffers in Jefferson City wore blue to support the Go Blue Day Wellness Walk sponsored by and the Children's Trust Fund.
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ISSTD Apr 8
Check out this ACEs Overview Video:
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HHS.gov Apr 29
Recent data shows that 75% of child abuse cases were due to neglect. Learn how communities can develop programs to protect children by keeping families strong and thriving.
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DaveThomasFoundation Apr 15
Unfortunately, the number of children entering foster care is on the rise because of abuse and neglect. Through Wendy's Wonderful Kids, we're committed to finding safe, loving, adoptive homes for every child. Read Steven's story
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