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Educating and spreading the word about child abuse prevention lets your community know they can take action to strengthen families and help them thrive. Use these free outreach tools to engage your community in supporting children, youth, and families this April for National Child Abuse Prevention Month!
Add the National Child Abuse Prevention Month signature block to every email you send to help raise awareness.
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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. #ThrivingFamilies
Show your support: https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/preventing/preventionmonth/spread-the-word/
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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This month, let’s make a commitment to trying something new. Let’s transform the ways that we work together to preserve and support families! #ChildAbusePreventionMonth #ThrivingFamilies
When we invest in children, we are investing in our communities. This April, help us bring attention to all the different ways we can help children and families thrive. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth #ThrivingFamilies
The most important thing we can do to help children thrive is to support families before they reach a crisis. Learn more during #ChildAbusePreventionMonth. #ThrivingFamilies
In April, National Child Abuse Prevention Month encourages communities to educate and increase awareness about the importance of child and family well-being. Let’s work together to commit to effective strategies that support families and prevent child abuse and neglect.
The single most important thing we can do is support families all year long in ways that promote and build upon their strengths and enable them to care for their children safely before maltreatment is even a possibility. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth #ThrivingFamilies
Hear the stories directly from parents on why easy and equitable access to prevention resources is key to helping them best care for their children. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth #ThrivingFamilies
The more adverse childhood experiences a person has, the greater the risk for negative outcomes later in life. Learn how you can build resilience in the families you serve to mitigate the effects of child maltreatment. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth #ThrivingFamilies
Conversation Guides include worksheets for caregivers and key points to consider in helping families build skills and care for their children safely before maltreatment is a possibility. Use them in English and Spanish. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth #ThrivingFamilies
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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.