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There's No Excuse for Child Abuse...National Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. It can be easy to sit back and state that children deserve a safe and loving atmosphere, to say all children should be cared for and protected, or that children should never be hurt. 570 more words

Gorodetsky, MD on Family Health Matters & Child Abuse Prevention Month

By JSGMedicalPractice

STUART, FL — APRIL 17, 2014 — Frederick Douglass said, “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” This month, we observe National Child Abuse Prevention Month, which seeks to prevent child abuse while promoting the well-being of children. 597 more words

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A Blue Ribbon

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.  This is represented by a blue ribbon.  It is also represented by the fact that every day in the United States five children die as the result of abuse and neglect; and 3.3 million reports of abuse and neglect are made each year.    238 more words

National Child Abuse Prevention Month

President Reagan first designated April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month in 1983. Since then, organizations around the country have commemorated the month with activities and events. 756 more words

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Did you know that April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month? Childhood should be a time of innocence and fun, yet tragically, for hundreds of thousands of children in the United States it is a time of abuse and neglect. 492 more words

Abuse And Neglect

April - National Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Below is a infographic you can share with others via Facebook, Twitter, or any way you choose.

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Guest Post: Tips for National Child Abuse Prevention Month

By Jill Starishevsky, author of My Body Belongs to Me

As a prosecutor of child abuse and sex crimes in New York City for the past 16 years, one of the most surprising facts I have learned is that 93 percent of all child sexual abuse occurs at the hands of someone known to the child. 491 more words

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