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This February, during #TeenDVMonth, learn how to promote healthy and positive relationships for teens. @AmerAcadPeds offers tips on detecting signs of abuse at http://ow.ly/X48H30nzDcs #STRYVE

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Do you know the signs of a healthy relationship? Check out this page from @AmerAcadPeds for more: http://ow.ly/X48H30nzDcs #STRYVE #TeenDVMonth
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Teen Dating Violence Month
Together we can promote healthy relationships and prevent teen violence. @CDCgov offers Dating Matters program for schools, starting in the 6th grade. Learn more: https://tinyurl.com/ybteu7fn #STRYVE #TeenDVMonth
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Teen Dating Violence Month
Help teens learn what healthy relationships should look like. Parents, caregivers, and trusted adults can serve as positive role models for their children. #STRYVE #TeenDVMonth. For more: http://ow.ly/X48H30nzDcs
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Teen Dating Violence Month
Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt Teens! @APA offers info for teens on dating violence and what it really looks like in a relationship. Together we can #STRYVE to help teens to have respectful and safe relationships. #TeenDVMonth http://ow.ly/OzhR30nzDHA
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Teen Dating Violence Month
If you have children, @AmerAcadPeds suggests talking to them in middle school about healthy relationships – before dating starts. For more tips during #TeenDVMonth, visit http://ow.ly/X48H30nzDc #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Teen Dating Violence Month
February is #TeenDVMonth. Check out the tool from @APA that helps teens recognize signs of abuse in a relationship at http://ow.ly/OzhR30nzDHA #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Teen Dating Violence Month
This February, during #TeenDVMonth, learn how to promote healthy and positive relationships for teens. @AmerAcadPeds offers tips on detecting signs of abuse at http://ow.ly/X48H30nzDcs #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Teen Dating Violence Month
This February during #TeenDVMonth, let’s all #STRYVE to help teens understand what a healthy relationship looks like – and signs of abuse. Together we can reduce teen dating violence. https://tinyurl.com/ybteu7fn
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Teen Dating Violence Month

1 in 3 young people in the U.S. will grow up without a mentor of any kind. Help close the mentor gap. #MentoringAdvocate #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Mentoring Month
Mentoring is a cost effective way to prevent violence. Every $1 invested in mentoring programs yields $2.72 in return. #STRYVE #MentoringMonth
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Mentoring Month
When MLK needed someone to organize the March on Washington, he asked his mentor. #BayardRustin #mentorsmatter #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Mentoring Month, MLK
@MLKday2019 “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” Become a mentor today. bit.ly/2EhvXk4 #mentorsmatter #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Mentoring Month, MLK
Who was your mentor? How did they support you? #MentoringMonth is the perfect time to reach out to a young person in your community and #passiton #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Mentoring Month
This year, resolve to make an impact on a young person in your community by #MentoringIRL. Find out how: bit.ly/2OT0t4o #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Mentoring Month
As a young kid, Joe thought, “the odds were stacked against me.” Then he met his mentor, Robin. Robin’s mentorship didn’t just change Joe’s life—it changed his community. Listen to their story here: bit.ly/2FtUJic #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Mentoring Month
Nurturing relationships provide young people with the foundation for healthy lives. Learn more about why we celebrate #MentoringMonth and how you can help @CDCInjury bit.ly/2yr0DtP #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Mentoring Month
Access to quality childcare helps parents keep a job, increasing chances of success for the whole family. Support access to early childhood education for all families @HeadStartgov. #STRYVE #SDoH
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Education
All kids deserve success. Help every kid start off right with a safe, stable, and nurturing school environment. Find out how at bit.ly/2pILsYX #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Education
High quality early education environments increase kids’ chances of achieving lifelong academic success, employment opportunities, and health. But some families can’t afford it. Early Head Start provides access to the education needed to be healthy. [Find out how to enroll your child]/[Find out how you can help] at http://www.headstartprogram.us/. #STRYVE #SDoH
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Education
All Americans should have access to services that allow them to live a long, healthy life, regardless of their income or ethnic background. @HeadStartgov provides quality education to all children when it matters most. Learn more here: bit.ly/2yr0DtP
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Education
Did you know funding for education can improve health outcomes? Access to quality early childhood education is a key part of health and success as an adult. Learn more at @CDCinjury or visit bit.ly/2yr0DtP #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Education
Parents who know about healthy and age-appropriate child behaviors and how to manage them raise healthy, thriving kids. Thriving families make up thriving communities. Help your community thrive by supporting parenting programs that teach these essential skills. #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Family Environment, Family Supports
Programs that build parenting and self-care skills, strengthen families and communities. Supporting these programs creates opportunities for children and youth to grow up in safe, stable, nurturing, and healthy communities. safestates.org/stryveac #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Family Environment, Family Supports
Family plays a key role in each child’s success. By providing programs to support families’ in creating safe, stable, nurturing, and healthy homes, we help each child live their best life. #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Family Environment, Family Supports
Kids should feel safe on their way to school. Find out how Safe Passages is making streets safe for all teens. bit.ly/2IM0Ts3 #STRYVE #SDoH
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Success Story
All kids deserve to be safe at home and at school. For some, just getting to school can be dangerous. Safe Passages volunteers and city officials help ensure ALL kids can get to school. Learn more. bit.ly/2IM0Ts3 #STRYVE #SDoH
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Success Story
Not only do all kids need safe, stable, and nurturing communities, they can help create them—Youth Empowered Solutions provides opportunities for teens like Robert to address the needs of their communities. Learn more @YES_forum or visit bit.ly/2IM0Ts3
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Success Story
When kids stay in school, they improve their chances of lifelong success. Bullying may stop kids from coming to school. Learn how sports programs can prevent bullying. bit.ly/2IM0Ts3 #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Success Story
Place matters. Find out how STRYVE communities are reclaiming vacant properties to create safe and nurturing spaces. bit.ly/2Nx4n2i #STRYVE #SDoH
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Success Story
Place matters. Every kid deserves to grow up in a community where they have safe parks, playgrounds, and schools. Check out STRYVE communities as they reclaim vacant properties to create safe and nurturing spaces for kids. bit.ly/2Nx4n2i
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Success Story
All young people deserve opportunities for a better future. Some don’t have those opportunities. Youth without education and employment opportunities are at increased risk of experiencing violence. Learn how Chicago’s Safe Streets initiative creates jobs for youth by connecting them with trusted adults—and creates community parks and playgrounds at the same time. bit.ly/2Nx4n2i
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Success Story
All young people deserve safe, stable, and nurturing communities. Without access to education and employment opportunities young people are at a higher risk of experiencing violence. Find out how others are connecting youth with opportunities in their communities here: bit.ly/2Nx4n2i #STRYVE #SDoH
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Success Story
Did you know your zipcode affects your health? Kids who grow up in communities where they are exposed to violence have a higher likelihood of heart disease, mental health challenges, and early death. Learn how you can help create safe and stable communities for ALL kids. bit.ly/2CAdf6v
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Success Story
Health starts in our communities. Some teens are more likely to be hurt by violence, because the places where they live, learn, and play don’t have enough resources. When he was a teen, David Maza experienced youth violence daily. Now, he works as a school resource officer to create safe and stable communities for today’s teens. Read his story here: bit.ly/2CAdf6v
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Social Determinants of Health, Success Story
Parents who know about healthy and age-appropriate child behaviors and how to manage them, raise healthy, thriving kids. Thriving families make up thriving communities. Help your community thrive by supporting parenting programs that teach these essential skills. #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Environment, Family Supports
Programs that build parenting and self-care skills strengthen families and communities. Supporting these programs creates opportunities for children and youth to grow up in safe, stable, nurturing, and healthy communities. safestates.org/stryveac #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Environment, Family Supports
Family plays a key role in each child’s success. By providing programs to support families in creating safe, stable, nurturing, and healthy homes, we help each child live their best life. safestates.org/stryveac #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Environment, Family Supports
Is your child being bullied? Or are they a bully? Learn strategies to address bullying with your child at http://ow.ly/aVtv30m154p #StopBullying #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying Prevention, Parenting
Bullying is different than teasing or fighting. Learn how to talk with your child about bullying at http://ow.ly/aVtv30m154p #StopBullying #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying Prevention, Parenting
The good news about bullying? We can prevent it. Help stop bullying before it starts. Find out how @stopbullying.gov go.usa.gov/3zD5H #StopBullying #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying Prevention
Youth thrive in safe, stable, nurturing, and healthy communities. Learn how to create opportunities that support all young people. bit.ly/2vhGRk6 #StopBullying #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying Prevention
Strong connections with caring adults like coaches & teachers help kids manage life's challenges and reduce the risk of bullying. Find out more: bit.ly/2I4Fie5 #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying Prevention
Writing an article about bullying? @stopbullying.gov media guidelines can help. Find out more: bit.ly/2I2K8Zb #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying Prevention
Youth thrive in safe, stable, and nurturing environments. Learn how you can ensure the internet is a safe, bully-free space for your [child, student] at https://go.usa.gov/xRzJp #StopBullying #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying Prevention
LGBTQ youth are at an increased risk of bullying. Build a nurturing community that supports everyone. Find out how @stopbullying.gov bit.ly/2zmHhro #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying Prevention
During National Bullying Prevention Month, create a safe community for children, teens, and young adults of every ability. Find out how @stopbullying.gov bit.ly/2MT4zJ5 #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying Prevention
Schools can prevent bullying by creating safe learning spaces that support ALL students. #StopBullying365 #VetoViolence go.usa.gov/3zD5H #STRYVE
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Bullying Prevention
Positive relationships with coaches, teachers & mentors can help kids build resilience to life’s challenges. #NCAPM2018 http://www.mentoring.org/
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Violence Prevention
Kids who attend after school programs build positive relationships w/ adults & skills for future success. #NCAPM2018 http://www.mentoring.org/
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Violence Prevention
Teachers, law enforcement & clergy can work together to create programs so kids can connect with supportive, caring adults. See how California did it: http://www.lapdonline.org/southwest_community_police_station/content_basic_view/23868#Kid%20Watch
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Violence Prevention
All children deserve the opportunity to get a good education. But too many of our children are being suspended or expelled, even in preschool, increasing their risk of falling behind or not graduating. When teachers understand how adversity affects children's behavior, we change the course for kids and schools. https://edsource.org/2016/suspensions-and-expulsions-decline-as-districts-adopt-alternatives-state-says/93297
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Violence Prevention
Today’s children will soon become our neighbors, workers and leaders. The future prosperity of our communities depends on our ability to create the conditions for all of our children to succeed. Here’s how one community is working to build these conditions: https://www.mathematica-mpr.com/news/appi
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Violence Prevention
Inconsistent schedules /shiftwork are barriers to healthy work/life balance, & make it hard to secure stable child care. #NCAPM2018 https://www.epi.org/publication/irregular-work-scheduling-and-its-consequences/
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Economic Conditions
Livable wages provide enough income for families to meet basic needs, reducing family stress. #NCAPM2018 http://sociology.uwo.ca/cluster/en/publications/docs/policy_briefs/PolicyBrief10.pdf
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Economic Conditions
Jobs training programs & incentives for businesses to hire local residents can create opportunity & give communities energy. #NCAPM2018 https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/Essentials_Sup_3_Employer-Role.pdf
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Economic Conditions
Parents with access to education & job training are more likely to secure employment & earn enough to provide for families. #NCAPM2018 https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/childmaltreatment/prevention.html
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Economic Conditions
Affordable, high quality education makes it easier and less stressful for parents to work. #NCAPM2018 https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/childmaltreatment/prevention.html
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Economic Conditions
Parents who are able to complete their education and access job training are much more likely to secure employment and earn enough to provide for their children. That’s why American Job Centers (One-Stop Centers) are so important. Here, families access the services they need to position themselves for success. When our families are strong, our communities can thrive. https://www.dol.gov/general/topic/training/onestop
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Economic Conditions
Strategies that strengthen household financial security can reduce family stress by improving parents’ ability to satisfy children’s basic needs (e.g., food, shelter, medical care). https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/can-prevention-technical-package.pdf
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Economic Conditions
Did you know that family friendly workplace policies strengthen family economic security and child well-being? And it’s good for business, too. http://www.coloradoepic.org/initiatives/fftoolkit
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Economic Conditions
One of the best ways to ensure the well-being of young children is to invest in their parents’ economic well-being. For example, Seattle raised their minimum wage to $15 in 2015. While better than before, for an adult with a child, a livable wage would be $26.
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Economic Conditions
Today’s children are tomorrow’s parents, workers and leaders. That’s why it is so important to ensure that children and their families have the supports they need to succeed. Strengthening family financial security through strategies like (e.g., Livable Wages, EITC) can prevent the conditions under which child abuse and neglect may occur. Together, we can build bright futures for our children, families and our country. http://www.healthyamericans.org/assets/files/TFAH-2015-EarlyChildhoodRpt%20FINAL.pdf
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Economic Conditions
#FamilyResourceCenters support kids & families with education, financial skill- building, job readiness, info & referrals. #NCAPM2018 http://www.cofamilycenters.org/
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Supports
Nurse Family Partnerships make a difference for moms today, and for generations. #NFPs can reduce child abuse and neglect by 48%. #NCAPM2018 https://www.nursefamilypartnership.org/
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Supports
#ChildParentCenters strengthen families by promoting health, self-sufficiency, & positive parenting thru support & education #NCAPM2018 http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/take-action-to-improve-health/what-works-for-health/policies/chicago-child-parent-centers
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Supports
Families who access #HomeVisiting can have lower health care costs and increased self-sufficiency #NCAPM2018 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3606025/
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Supports
#HomeVisiting programs strengthen parenting skills, increase child well-being and family economic security #MIECHV #NCAPM2018 https://mchb.hrsa.gov/maternal-child-health-initiatives/home-visiting-overview
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Supports
#HomeVisiting programs support families in their roles as their children’s 1st and best teachers. #NCAPM2018 http://bit.ly/2tThGpg
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Supports
Child Parent Centers strengthen families by combining a parent resource center with pre-K for children and have effectively reduced child maltreatment. Child Parent Centers show us we can treat or prevent situations that might otherwise result in child abuse or neglect. We all benefit from living in communities that provide these critical supports. http://centerforeducation.rice.edu/slc/LS/CCPC.html
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Supports
Family Resource Centers can strengthen families by promoting health and wellbeing through support and education. E.g., screenings and referrals for women who experience depression, substance abuse or family violence help catch issues early and get families the assistance they need to succeed. This means we can treat or prevent situations that might otherwise result in child abuse or neglect. http://cofamilycenters.org/
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Supports
Do you know about Nurse Family Partnerships? NFPs pair maternal and child health nurses with first-time moms, and have produced long-term improvements in maternal and child health outcomes – from prenatal health and pregnancy outcomes, to improved child health and well-being, to family financial self-sufficiency. Read more at http://www.nursefamilypartnership.org/
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Supports
Home visiting programs support families in promoting their children’s healthy development. Providing parents with education on a range of useful topics- from finding good prenatal care and breastfeeding support, to positive parenting techniques – and connecting parents to resources that strengthen families and help children thrive. For more information, visit https://www.zerotothree.org/resources/series/home-visiting-supporting-parents-and-child-development
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Family Supports
Early adversity in childhood leads to health problems later. Safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments buffer #ToxicStress. #NCAPM2018 https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/childmaltreatment/essentials.html
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Child Health and Development
Exposure to violence can produce #ToxicStress in kids, weakening architecture of developing brain. Here's what we can do http://bit.ly/2nxj0Wg #NCAPM2018
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Child Health and Development
Learn about building children’s #BrainArchitecture in this video from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmVWOe1ky8s&feature=youtu.be #NCAPM2018
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Child Health and Development
#EarlyChildhood experiences build the brain’s architecture. Kids w/ strong foundations are more prepared to support America’s future #NCAPM2018
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Child Health and Development
Nationally, nearly 23% of children have experienced two or more Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). These are adverse experiences so severe or chronic that they put healthy development at risk and have long-term impacts on overall health and well-being. Learn more about ACEs and what we can do to prevent it.
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Child Health and Development
Do you know what conditions are needed to promote healthy development? Safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments in early care and education settings that support parents and provide sturdy foundations for children’s development should be available to all children.
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Child Health and Development
Did you know that there are different kinds of stress and that not all stress is good for you? Some experiences are so severe or chronic that they produce toxic stress in children, which can damage the brain’s architecture leading to lifelong problems in learning, behavior, and both physical and mental health. The good news is that we know how to prevent or reverse the effects of toxic stress. https://developingchild.harvard.edu/science/key-concepts/toxic-stress/tackling-toxic-stress/
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Child Health and Development
Early experiences in a child’s life actually form the brain’s architecture. Kids who have a strong foundation in the early years are more prepared to become productive contributors to our communities and economy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNNsN9IJkws
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Child Health and Development
Raising a generation of healthy, competent children who will lead our communities tomorrow requires innovative thinking today. Policies and programs that increase safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments can prevent adverse experiences and help buffer against toxic stress, preventing or reversing its effects. https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/essentials_for_childhood_framework.pdf
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Child Health and Development
Early experiences shape the architecture of the developing brain, setting a strong or shaky foundation for all of the development that follows. Together, we can create the conditions that strengthen foundations for all children. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNNsN9IJkws
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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Child Health and Development
#NYVPW Daily Activity: Unite in Service. Organize a service project where youth and adults come together and make a difference. #STRYVE
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week 2018
Children need to realize that the world is a better place because they are in it! #NYVPW https://goo. gl/Cyf8ic #STRYVE
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week 2018
A strong coalition supported by elected officials is important for creating safe, stable communities. Learn more about the #STRYVE initiative at Monterey County Health Department! http://bit.ly/2EW7wZd
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STRYVE Story
Using data analysis to identify children, teens, and young adults that need support is an effective way to help youth thrive. Learn how Monterey County Health Department #STRYVE works with the police to benefit their community. http://bit.ly/2EW7wZd
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STRYVE Story
Monterey County Health Department is working with communities to create safe and stable environements to support all youth. #STRYVE Learn how! http://bit.ly/2EW7wZd
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STRYVE Story
On #ReadAcrossAmerica day remember high-quality early childhood education helps children will experience safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments. #STRYVE http://bit.ly/2h7ioYB
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Read Across America
Families play a key role in shaping children and teen's physical, emotional, social, and behavioral health. Reading as a family builds literacy and relationships! #ReadAcrossAmerica #STRYVE https://www.aap.org/en-us/literacy/Pages/For-Families.aspx
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Read Across America
#STRYVE to detect, prevent and intervene in teen dating violence. Together we can break the cycle and build healthy communities for all teens to thrive. #TeenDVMonth http://bit.ly/2h7ioYB
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Teen Dating Violence Month
Everyone has the right to a safe and healthy relationship. Find out more at http://www.loveisrespect.org/ #TeenDVMonth #STRYVE
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Teen Dating Violence Month
Mentoring is cost effective at preventing violence. Each $1 invested in mentoring yields $2.72 in return. #STRYVE #MentoringMonth http://bit.ly/1Jc9xZj
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Mentoring Month
During #MentoringMonth learn how quality mentoring can strengthen communities at https://t.co/4RItnUJSdL. #STRYVE
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Mentoring Month
Having a #MentorIRL empowers young people to make smart choices. #STRYVE #MentoringMonth http://bit.ly/1Jc9xZj
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Mentoring Month
A strong relationship with a nurturing adult can change the course of a young person's future #STRYVE
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Mentoring Month
Parenting programs can reduce behavior problems, aggression in youth. #STRYVE to support healthy families http://bit.ly/2h7ioYB
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Family Environment
Programs that enhance family environments can help prevent youth violence and other teen risk behaviors. #STRYVE http://bit.ly/2h7ioYB
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Family Environment
Programs that teach parents problem-solving and discipline skills help create supportive environments for kids. #STRYVE http://bit.ly/2h7ioYB
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Family Environment
Early childhood home visitation programs are one way we can #STRYVE to support healthy family environments http://bit.ly/2A1ltzE
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Family Environment
Studies show consistent, non-violent discipline lowers the risk of youth violence. #STRYVE http://bit.ly/1VEJ2Gc
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Parenting, Family Environment
Kids need age-appropriate expectations and rules for healthy development. #STRYVE to build healthy families http://bit.ly/1EOnRH4
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Family Environment, Parenting
Use of consistent, nonviolent discipline with children helps reduces risk of violence. #STRYVE http://bit.ly/1VEJ2Gc
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Family Environment, Parenting
Children need nurturing relationships for healthy development. #STRYVE to support parents! http://bit.ly/2h7ioYB
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Family Environment, Supportive Adults
Children need warm, caring relationships with adults for healthy development. #STRYVE http://bit.ly/2h7ioYB
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Family Environment, Supportive Adults
Studies show nurturing environments lower risk of youth violence. Together we can #STRYVE to build healthy families http://bit.ly/2h7ioYB
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Family Environment
Join us to support healthy family environments. Together we can #STRYVE to prevent violence http://bit.ly/2h7ioYB
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Family Environment
We can all #STRYVE to promote healthy family environments that support child development http://bit.ly/2h7ioYB
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Family Environment
Schools can prevent bullying by creating safe learning environments for ALL students. #StopBullying365 #VetoViolence go.usa.gov/3zD5H #STRYVE
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Bullying Prevention
Help teens have positive online experiences. Get info to prevent cyberbullying. #StopBullying365 #VetoViolence https://go.usa.gov/xRzJp #STRYVE
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Bullying Prevention
Protect youth w/ disabilities & special needs from bullying. Prevention starts here: go.usa.gov/xNpR2 #VetoViolence #StopBullying365
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Bullying Prevention
Create accurate articles on #bullying. @stopbullying.gov media guidelines will help. #StopBullying365 #VetoViolence go.usa.gov/xNpRv #STRYVE
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Bullying Prevention
Changing how differences are perceived is necessary to prevent bullying. #StopBullying365 #VetoViolence go.usa.gov/3zDPz #STRYVE
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Bullying Prevention
Bullying harms youth physically, emotionally, academically. The good news: we can prevent it. go.usa.gov/3zDPz #VetoViolence #STRYVE
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Bullying Prevention
It’s National Bullying Prevention Month. Help stop bullying before it starts. #VetoViolence #StopBullying365 go.usa.gov/xNpUM #STRYVE
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Interventions, treatment can help those at higher risk for youth violence. #STRYVE http://go.usa.gov/x8pgV
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YV Technical Package
Building a positive, healthy community & environment helps youth #STRYVE to #vetoviolence go.usa.gov/x8pgV
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YV Technical Package
Prevent youth violence by connecting young people to caring adults & mentors. #STRYVE http://go.usa.gov/x8pgV
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YV Technical Package
Youth violence can be prevented through school-based programs. #STRYVE http://go.usa.gov/x8pgV
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YV Technical Package
Early education & family engagement help reduce risks of youth violence. #STRYVE http://go.usa.gov/x8pgV
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YV Technical Package
To prevent youth violence, use programs to support families in creating healthy child development. #STRYVE http://go.usa.gov/x8pgV
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YV Technical Package
CDC releases new technical package for states & communities to prevent youth violence. #STRYVE http://go.usa.gov/x8pgV
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YV Technical Package
See how you can use the best evidence & strategies to prevent youth violence in your community. #STRYVE http://go.usa.gov/x8pgV
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YV Technical Package
#STRYVE Action Council is a group of dedicated organizations working together to build safe, healthy, and stable communities for all children, teens, and young adults to thrive. https://www.safestates.org/page/STRYVEAC
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STRYVE General Messaging
#STRYVE = Striving to Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere. We join this effort for safe, healthy, stable communities. https://www.safestates.org/page/STRYVEAC
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STRYVE General Messaging
We are proud to be a member of the #STRYVE Action Council, working together to create safe, healthy and stable communities that provide opportunities for all children, teens, and young adults to thrive. https://www.safestates.org/page/STRYVEAC
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STRYVE General Messaging
Happy first day of #NYVPW! What activities do you have for promoting respect & tolerance? #STRYVE nationalsave.org/nyvpw
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week, Monday
Resiliency is built when kids find connection to community. Clubs, summer jobs, mentoring matter. #NYVPW #STRYVE go.usa.gov/x9JZT
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week, Tuesday
Strong connections with caring adults like coaches & teachers help kids manage life's challenges. #NYVPW #STRYVE go.usa.gov/x9JZT
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week, Wednesday
These groups started programs that made their communities better places to be a kid. #NYVPW #VetoViolence #STRYVE go.usa.gov/x9JZb
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week, Thursday
Thank you for participating in @NationalSAVE's #NYVPW. Be sure to share your activities! #STRYVE nationalsave.org/nyvpw/
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week
Everyone can play a role in supporting young people. Learn how during #NYVPW #STRYVE go.usa.gov/x9JZT
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week
Today's Daily Challenge during #NYVPW is "Support Safety". #STRYVE to create safe environments for youth! go.usa.gov/x9JZT
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week, Thursday
When community members work together, they can create the supportive environments kids need to thrive. #STRYVE can help you plan for and implement programs to help kids have healthy & successful lives. #NYVPW http://bit.ly/2miBBoV
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week, Friday
Thank you for participating in NationalSAVE's #NYVPW. Be sure to share your activities! #STRYVE nationalsave.org/nyvpw
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National Youth Violence Prevention Week, Friday
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