CHILD ABUSE RESOURCES

CLICKABLE LINKS

Stop Child Abuse Resources
The second Step
New Orleans Children’s Advocacy Center
The National Children’s Advocacy Center
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
The Joyful Heart Foundation
Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services
The Children’s Assessment Center
The Georgia Center For Child Advocacy
First Witness
Darkness to Light
Corner house
Child Protect Child Advocacy Center

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About sweetcardomom

I am a mother, grandmother and advocate for those suffering from the torment of emotional abuse regardless of gender, or who the abuser is. Emotional abuse can come from anyone around you whether personal or professional. Parents, spouses, lovers, teachers, siblings, co-workers, bosses, and even your therapist. I am a survivor and have grown a lot during the past few months. The struggle continues and so do I. Hoping to make a difference "One Person At A Time" ~ sweetcardomom
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3 Responses to CHILD ABUSE RESOURCES

  1. kazul9 says:

    Thanks for the links. It’s always great to know more and how I can help prevent child abuse!

    We recently wrote an article on child abuse at Brain Blogger. Child abuse is a very horrible thing and can be devastating to any medical practitioners involved. How can anyone be sure if a child is suffering abuse?

    We would like to read your comments on our article. Thank you.

    Sincerely,
    Kelly

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  3. Thank you for sharing your article with us kazul9 on brainblogger. I can understand how difficult it can be in many cases to diagnose for sure that a child is being abused. I know that in my granddaughters case her mother was and may still be very good at making sure there are not any marks on her. I was not aware of the physical abuses until recently and now I don’t have any contact with the granddaughter. She is not biologically mine and her mother has moved and is keeping her away from us.

    You are so right that we need to invest more in putting money towards the research needed to refine the medical field’s understanding of child abuse.
    We need to invest more in our children because they are the future and that future is not looking so bright the way our children are developing with more and more violent behaviors then ever before, and the lack of respect for each other in relationships. Our children need help if we are going to have emotionally healthy adults in the future.

    I have added your link and also to a second site http://abusoemocional.ning.com/ . Thank you again for sharing.

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