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Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention: It Is Your Business
It can be far too easy to see something worrisome or suspicious, such as possible child abuse or neglect, and say to yourself, “Somebody else will probably take action.” It may be because you feel awkward or because you don’t want to get involved in someone else’s business. But the safety and well-being of children is everyone’s business. We all have a responsibility to ensure that they grow up safe and healthy. It only takes a minute to speak up if you see a parent in need or a child in danger. Listen to this podcast to learn more about how you can help prevent child abuse and neglect.
This episode is part of the Military OneSource Podcast.
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