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DCG Raises Awareness of Child Abuse Prevention Month

This month, government agencies, nonprofits, schools, and community groups joined forces to focus on protecting our most vulnerable population — children.

Child Abuse Prevention Month, observed every April, is dedicated to raising awareness of the pervasive circumstances that affect countless children. The Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign, led by DCG, participated in a series of social media posts centered around children and online engagement on X, Instagram and Facebook.

The Blue Campaign aims to equip parents, caregivers, and communities with the information and resources they need to create safe and nurturing environments for children online, spreading knowledge about and encouraging reporting of child human trafficking in our communities.

Work that could save young lives

Below are some of the posts DCG produced for Child Abuse Prevention Month:

Reporting suspected cases of child abuse is a critical step in protecting children from harm. Child Abuse Prevention Month emphasizes the importance of speaking up when we suspect abuse or neglect. By providing information and resources on reporting procedures, the Blue Campaign empowers individuals to become advocates for change in their communities.

Anyone can help end child abuse

As we close out the final week of Child Abuse Prevention Month, let us remember our actions today have the power to shape the future for generations to come. By raising awareness, building prevention strategies, and advocating for change, we can create a world where every child is safe, loved, and protected. Together, we can make a difference.

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