April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and I encourage everyone in to join us this month and stand up for the future of children in our community. We all have a role to play in healthy child development, and our goal this April is to help others recognize that role and the ways in which we can maximize our impact.
While 87% of adults across America believe that child abuse and neglect is a preventable problem, most don’t know how they can help. In fact, only one in four reported that they engage in child abuse prevention, when nearly 3x as many actually had in practice. You might be helping without even knowing it. From donating time or money to organizations that support children and families, to volunteering and mentoring, to helping babysit for an overburdened family – activities that support the overall well-being of families [ … ]