Public Awareness

National Child Abuse Prevention Month is a time dedicated to child abuse education, awareness and prevention activities.
Ever since the spring of 1989 when a Virginia Grandmother named Bonnie began wearing a Blue Ribbon as a tribute to her grandson, a three year old whose mother's abusive boyfriend killed him, concerned citizens all over America have worn the blue ribbon as a symbol to prevent child abuse and neglect.
Break the cycle against violence for children by wearing your BREAK THE CYCLE BLUE AWARENESS BANDS as a reminder that we must keep children safe!
The AMBER Plan is a voluntary partnership between law-enforcement agencies and broadcasters to activate an urgent bulletin in the most serious child-abduction cases. Broadcasters use the Emergency Alert System (EAS), to air a description of the abducted child and suspected abductor.
It’s up to every one of us to protect America ’s children. And it takes a community to protect the children in their neighborhood. We must work to build strong communities where individuals, families, and children are valued and supported and protected.
Reports of child sexual abuse in houses of worship throughout our nation has become an alarmingly frequent occurrence. The high-profile cases that are surfacing almost daily serve as a wake-up call to everyone in America to protect our children!
Every community has opportunities during the month of April to organize child abuse prevention activities.
Play a role in the awareness of violence and neglect against children. Demonstrate your concern and commitment and GET BLUE!
Tell your friends, family, colleagues, neighbors ... everyone you know ... about Love Our Children USA and it's signature program STOMP Out Bullying
When asked what one can do to prevent child abuse and neglect, the most common answer is ”Me, what can I do?”As an individual, as a member of your community …you have the power to make a huge difference!

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