April is Child Abuse Prevention MonthEducating adults. Protecting children.
It is Child Abuse Prevention Month and our focus is preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences.
Lifting the voices of childhood trauma survivors our Survivor Sundays help the public and lawmakers better understand the life-shattering consequences of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
More importantly, these courageous stories help other survivors know they are not alone and encourage them to speak out, too. Throughout Child Abuse Prevention Month, you will have the opportunity to read the personal stories of ACE survivors in their own words on Survivor Sundays.
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Sacrifice spanking, not your children
Spanking sets a bad example. Who wants to teach their kids that violence is a solution to problems and that love and violence are connected?
Is Santa real?
Is Santa real? What is your answer to this question? Lala Fogarty provides a surprising answer that will help break the cycle of abuse.
Stop Abuse Campaign Issues Statement about Colorado Springs Club Q Shooting
Gun violence plays a significant role in children’s lives, and we know that childhood trauma is a major contributor to most violence.
Crime prevention starts with protecting children
Crime is a complex issue. Protecting children from Adverse Childhood Experiences prevents crime and strengthens communities.
Stop Abuse Campaign Advocate and Expert Joins Board
National Known Justice Leader Howard Spivak brings decades of experience to help prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences.
Suicide prevention means child protection
Preventing suicide means preventing the pain that leads to it. When we do this, we will make real progress in reducing suicide in communities.
Halloween is a beautiful time of year; knowing the facts and being vigilant can keep the experiences and memories safe, happy, and healthy.
Homelessness is a journey that starts in the family
Homelessness is a key American problem. It’s also one least understood. What causes homelessness? How do we solve this problem as a society?
Stop Abuse Campaign Gains a Champion in Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
Former Director of the CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Linda Degutis brings decades of experience to Board Chair.
How America Can Break the Cycle and Prevent Drug Abuse
Drug abuse is one of the worst issues in America. its effects are horrendous, but its root causes are more complex than everyone assumes.
Why we won’t see Jeffrey Epstein’s list and why it doesn’t matter
Why seeing Jeffrey Epstein’s list of clients will not prevent child sexual abuse, but addressing your own biases will.
Why Maternal Home Visiting Programs are Proven to Work
Do MHV Programs really work? In this article, we explore the Maternal Home Visiting program results, benefits, and necessary steps to keep them going.
What is MIECHV? Overview and Importance of Maternal Home Visiting Programs
What is the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV programs) and how important it is in saving our future?
How you can save babies whose mothers have substance use disorders
1 in 10 US babies is addicted to a substance and off to a lousy start. How to help mothers with substance use disorders and their babies?
Incest the Unforgivable
Sexual abuse survivor starts their own non-profit, One Life One Heart International, to help survivors with their healing and empowerment.
What is the point of Anti LGBTQ laws? We are here. We are queer. And, we are not going away.
A sharp increase in anti-LGBTQ legislation with almost half targeting transgender people. States introduced a record of 238 bills in 2022.
Are you pro-life or pro-birth?
Pro-life and pro-birth are not the same things. Lala lays out the difference between them and what we can do to be pro-life.
The monster will get us, be quiet
A Survivor Story of a traumatic childhood, a life of consequences, and a grandfather who has healed from the monsters he might awake.
How to Help Homeless LGBTQ Youth in America
LGBTQ youth have higher ACE scores than their peers. Homeless LGBTQ youth, however, is another level of the problem, a sad reality in the US. How to help?
What is Childhood like for Nonbinary Youth?
As the world is getting up to date with the nonbinary youth identity, the new ACEs research insights instill hope in protecting these children.
Suicide among LGBTQ Youth: Risks and Prevention
Suicide rates among LGBTQ youth are shocking and require our immediate attention. Learn more about the risks and how you can help prevent it.
Do you or your children have ACEs?
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) prevent us from leading healthy and happy lives. Are you ready to take the ACE test?
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