Resources

Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina is building a resource and reference library. 

We'll update this section as new resources are found, so bookmark this page and check back with us often!

National Resources

Prevent Child Abuse America (National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse)  Includes links to hundreds of other sites, databases and information.

APSAC (American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children)

American Academy of Pediatrics

American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law

Center for Disease Control

Child Abuse Prevention Network

Child Protection Law Reform Bulletin Board

Child Welfare League of America

Interagency Work Group on Child Abuse and Neglect

National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions

National Center on Child Fatality Review

National Clearing House on Child Abuse/Neglect Information

National Criminal Justice Resource Center fro Drugs and Crime Set

National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect

National Runaway Switchboard
800-621-4000 Crisis Hotline
800-344-2785 Agency & Information line

Survivors Foundation

North Carolina Resources

Committee on Abuse and Neglect Site

Covenant with North Carolina's Children

North Carolina Child Advocacy Institute

North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services

North Carolina Pediatric Society

Sexual Exploitation of Children in Advertising

Newsgroups/Mailing Lists

Child Abuse Related Directory

SIGCA Special Interest Group Child Abuse 
Physicians only
Contact Tom Hanna  607-275-9360 ($10 mth)

Super Seek Compilation of 2600 specialty directories (+ other info. - almost a search agent now)

Resources for Parents

www.babycenter.com
The baby center.

www.childbirth.org
Discussion on tough issues around child birth and early childhood.

www.family.com
Bulletin Boards and chat rooms.

www.familycorner.com
An online magazine covering thousands of parenting issues.

www.kidshealth.org
Resources and information on health issues.

www.tnpc.com/parentalk
/index.html

Clearly written articles by physicians and psychologists.

www.parenthoodweb.com
Pediatricians and psychiatrists respond to e-mails.

www.parenting-qa.com
Question and answer sessions on parenting.

www.parenttime.com
Parent Time site.

www.parentsoup.com
Information and resources for parents.

www.zerotothree.org
Developmental information for parents.

Newsgroup: alt.parentingmisc.kids

 

NEW!

Training Calendar
(for professionals who work with children)

NC Department of Health and Human Services
The NC Dept. of Health and Human Services releases statistics on child abuse and neglect for Fiscal Year '99-00'.

Safety Warnings Cotton T-shirts for sleepwear pose a burn hazard for children, and some toy cars in Kellogg cereal boxes can pose a choking hazard for small children. Many of the Consumer Produce Safety Commission's warnings and recalls, like these, refer to children's products. Check their Web site regularly. http://www.cpsc.gov

 

If you know of a relevant resource, contact us with your idea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina was founded in 1979 by a group of concerned citizens and is the single, statewide not-for-profit organization with the mission of ending child abuse in our state.  

Protect Children
....Prevent Child Abuse

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Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina
3344 Hillsborough Street
Suite 100-D
Raleigh, NC 27607
Phone: 919.829.8009
1.800.354.KIDS
Fax:  919.832.0308
Email: info@childabusenc.org

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