Knowing The Risks
Jun 26, 2018
You have the power to help a child.
Child abuse is defined as when an individual does something that causes harm to a child. This harm can take the form of physical or mental injury, sexual abuse, exploitation or neglect. Neglect occurs when a caretaker fails to provide for a child’s basic emotional or physical needs – including food, clothing shelter, education, supervision or medical care. All of us in the community can help identify and prevent child abuse.But making a difference starts with:
Knowing the Risks
Southwest Ohio has a higher prevalence statewide of substance abuse and family violence.