Child abuse has adverse consequences for all communities.  Prevention and treatment are vital in improving outcomes for families.

Addressing & Treating Child Abuse & Trauma


PREVENTION & TREATMENT RESOURCES

Source:  Prevent Child Abuse America

Source:  Prevent Child Abuse America

This brief provides four lessons learned that will help legislators and other public officials, funders, service providers, community coalitions and advocates take advantage of the opportunities to prevent child abuse and neglect.

Source:  Prevent Child Abuse America

Source:  Prevent Child Abuse America

This brief is a description of the process  of leading a culture focused on child abuse prevention.

Source:  Zero to Three

Source:  Zero to Three

This Powerpoint presentation is designed to inform policymakers and the public about the costs/consequences of child maltreatment and adversity.

Source:  Prevent Child Abuse America

Source:  Prevent Child Abuse America

Source: Prevent Child Abuse America

Source: Prevent Child Abuse America

This resource is an overview of strategies from policy work undertaken by state lawmakers across the country that legislators can use to support prevention efforts.

 

This brief makes the case on the positive impact that child abuse prevention has on the business community.

Source:  Prevent Child Abuse America

Source:  Prevent Child Abuse America

This brief details the economic costs and burdens of child abuse.

Source:  Committee for Children 

Source:  Committee for Children 

This policy brief provides an overview of child sexual abuse, the costs to society, and strategies for prevention.

Source:  The National Alliance of Children's Trust and Prevention Funds

Source:  The National Alliance of Children's Trust and Prevention Funds

The National Alliance of Children's Trust and Prevention Funds has developed several resources about neglect and the importance of prevention.