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April is Prevent Child Abuse Awareness Month and is a time for families and communities to come together, honor the children affected by abuse and neglect, and raise awareness of resources and programs of prevention.
Report Child Abuse or Neglect 1-800-800-5556
DCS and our partners will host local Prevent Child Abuse Awareness Events/Activities across Indiana. Click on the map below to find an event in your area. Please note, this map will be updated with additional events as they become available throughout the month.
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Healthy Families Indiana is a voluntary home visitation program designed to promote healthy families and healthy children through a variety of services, including child development, access to health care and parent education.
Community Partners for Child Safety is a statewide prevention program. It is designed to strengthen the family unit and build support services. It is voluntary, free, and home-based service to connect families with resources.
Youth Service Bureaus (YSB) and Safe Place provide a variety of programs aimed at preventing delinquent behavior in teenagers.
Children’s Mental Health Initiative allows families access to needed services so that children do not enter the child welfare or probation system for the sole purpose of accessing mental health assistance.
Kids First Trust Fund is a funding resource to promote the health of children and reduce infant mortality by funding programs which prevent child abuse and neglect.
Prevent Child Abuse Indiana is dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect, and is committed to making Indiana a better, safer place for Indiana’s most precious resources – our children.
Indiana Child Advocates Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers are carefully trained, appointed by the court and supported by program staff so they can advocate for the child’s best interests and help them have a safe and permanent home as soon as possible.