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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Child Abuse Prevention Strategy:
Talk about it, Talk about it, Talk about it. That's one strategy for preventing child abuse and neglect. Because we know there is abuse, our silence is complicity. If we don't talk about it, it's easy to deny it. We can make people more aware of what they can do as a neighbor, friend, teach, child care workers, fellow church goer, etc. While awareness needs to go on every day of the year, the month of April is set aside as Child Abuse Prevention Month to highlight this important topic. 

Child Abuse Hotline Numbers:
1-800-926-2588 (Number for the Idaho 211 Careline)

Child Protection Contact Numbers for Region 7:

  • Idaho Falls, ID | 208-528-5900
  • Rexburg, ID | 208-359-4750
  • Salmon, ID | 208-756-3336

Parents as Teachers (PAT) Program:
A parent is a child's first and most important teacher. This FREE program is designed to provide parents with information and to help build their children's intellectual, language, social, and physical development from birth to age three. Parents as Teachers is funded in whole by the Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program. For more information about this program, please click here.

Adult Child Abuse Training Opportunity:
Stewards of Children Training: Learn how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse
If interested, please contact Holly Whitworth at 208-533-3194

Child Abuse Prevention Resources: