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In 1983, Congress declared April to be National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Since that time, communities across the country have taken the opportunity to raise awareness of issues surrounding child maltreatment and abuse through proclamations, ceremonies, educational forums, tributes, annual walks and candlelight vigils.  April is a time to look back, to acknowledge the children who
have suffered in our communities, and to look forward to a time when children no longer have to live in fear.
Throughout the year, Hands of Protection promotes the prevention of child abuse
by distributing valuable information and organizing events to increase the public's awareness of: 
 
 
Signs of Abuse
 
Types of Abuse
 
What Can Be Done To Prevent Child Abuse

 

 
 
 

Join us and BE A VOICE FOR CHILDREN IN NEED!