Recognizing child abuse is up to you

Reporting abuse and neglect rebuilds families, ends a child’s suffering

April is National Child Abuse Prevention month, and the Parker County Child Protective Services Board wants to equip the community at large with everything it needs to know to help stop child abuse of every kind in its tracks.
Besides putting information and tools into the hands of teachers and students in every Parker County school, the board provides information to help individuals recognize child abuse when they see it.


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