April is National Prevent Child Abuse Month

Just like with Black History Month, we should not confine learning about the prevention of child abuse to just one month out of the year.



If you suspect a child has been abused….

Keep calm.
Tell the child you believe them.
Show interest and concern.
Reassure and support the child.
Take action – it could save a child’s life. Report child abuse to your local or state child protective service agency, or to your neighborhood police precinct.

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