APRIL IS NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH
Prevention happens in partnership. Raising awareness is a critical and foundational step in preventing child abuse. When we take action, children are safer and have the opportunity to grow up healthy and strong. Child Abuse Prevention Month is our opportunity to build support for what we know must happen year-round: supporting parents and caregivers and building the relationships and connections in communities so that families can readily access what they need to help every child. Join us with others across the state in sharing this important message and by displaying a pinwheel, a symbol of our message.
Here's how everyone can show their support: Share the message that the well-being of children and families is directly related to if they live in supportive, strong, inclusive, and stable communities. Here's how:
For local organizations, join your local Prevention Council's events, activities, and more for the month of April.
For statewide organizations, please join Maine Children's Trust as a Partner in Prevention. In its third year, your statewide business, organization, or association you can join our annual public awareness initiative that leverages our collective voice to amplify the message that supportive communities and strong families prevent child abuse. Show your network and communities that you stand with children and families across Maine to build a stronger support system.
2023 Partners in PreventionThank you to over 30 statewide organizations, businesses, and associations for joining us this April as a unified voice.
|•Adoptive & Foster Families of Maine Inc. & The Kinship Program •Alfond Scholarship Foundation •Count ME In •Daniel Hanley Center for Health Leadership •Department of Public Safety •Family Child Care Association of Maine •Fight Crime: Invest In Kids •Kennebec Savings Bank •KidsPeace Foster Care and Community Programs •Maine Association for the Education of Young Children •Maine Association of Nonprofits •Maine Association of Psychiatric Physicians •Maine Bankers Association •Maine Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics •Maine Chiefs of Police Association •Maine Children's Home
|•Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault •Maine Council of Churches •Maine Osteopathic Association •Maine Parent Federation •Maine Roads to Quality Professional Development Network •Maine State Library •Maine State Parent Ambassadors •MaineHealth •Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence •Maine Primary Care Association •Mission: Readiness •NAMI Maine •National Association of Social Work Maine Chapter •ReadyNation •Sweetser
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