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Showcases how families, neighborhoods, communities, and States are successfully using the protective factors to protect children, strengthen families, and promote well-being.
Includes new examples from the Children’s Bureau’s Federal partners, funded programs, such as Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP) State Lead Agencies, and other organizations that focus on strengthening families to prevent child maltreatment.
Engages parents and caregivers in personalized conversations with service providers about the protective factors and how parents can care for their children and themselves to create strong families. Available in English and Spanish.
Table of Contents
Note: The 2023/2024 Prevention Resource Guide chapters will become available when the guide is released in May 2023, however, the Conversation Guides remain accessible.
Laying the Foundation
Creating a More Supportive Society For All Families
Building Proactive Child and Family Well-Being Systems
Aligning Organizations for Family Resilience and Healing
Embracing Community and the Wisdom of Families With Lived Expertise
Protective Factors Conversation Guides for Partnering With FamiliesEnglish (PDF - 554 KB) Spanish (PDF - 399 KB)
Partners and Resources
Looking for previous Resource Guides?
Check out our Protective Factors Toolkit for Activity Calendars, Protective Factors in Practice Vignettes, Tip Sheets, and past Resource Guides on the Information Gateway website.View Toolkit
The Children's Bureau, within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, funds the National Child Abuse Prevention Month initiative each April on the Child Welfare Information Gateway.