Listed below are links to various child abuse prevention associations and resources for parents and child care providers to utilize in their efforts to keep children safe.  Please check back often as we will constantly be on the lookout for new websites and organizations that we feel will be useful to parents as well as kids.


Child Help - www.childhelp.org
Website dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse.


Communication Strategies for Children with Learning DisabilitiesPBS Parents
Great website for parents of children with learning disabilities


Consumer Affairs - Consumer Affairs Background Check Guide
​A comparison of 10 popular background check companies and their features and reviews for consumers like you.


Disability modifications for children with special needs - www.disability.gov
A guide for disabled home buyers or parents with special needs children that need accessibility or remodeling assistance and advice.


Family Watchdog - www.familywatchdog.us
Free service to locate sex offenders in your local area.  You can also sign up for notifications when an offender moves in or out of your area.


Guide to Bullying and Cyberbullying - Onlineschools.org
A comprehensive guide to bullying and cyberbullying.  This resource explores the challenges, impacts and ways of combating bulying and cyberbullying among students.


National Bullying Prevention Center - www.pacer.org/bullying
Unites, engages and educates parents, teachers and communities nationwide to address bullying through education.


National Center for Missing and Exploited Children - www.missingkids.com
In our opinion, this website is one of the most important sites in terms of compilation of information on missing children, child abuse and victimization prevention and info for parents, law enforcement and teachers on teaching safety to children of all ages.


The National Children's Advocacy Center (NCAC) - www.nationalcac.org
A non-profit agency that provides education, prevention, intervention and treatment services to abused children and their families.


National Cybertipline - www.cybertipline.com
This is a toll-free line to report crimes against children, such as child prostitution, abuse and child pornography.  You can also call 1-800-843-5678 to file a report about an abused, exploited or missing child.


National Domestic Violence Hotline - www.TheHotLine.org
If you need information about domestic violence or need help you can also call
800-799-SAFE (800-799-7233)


Pediatric Health and Safety Guide

Informative site that offers a wealth of information on various safety topics for children.


Prevent Child Abuse America (PCAA) - www.preventchildabuse.org
Resource for information about child abuse prevention.  National volunteer-based organization committed to prevent child abuse through research, advocacy and education.


SpecialNeeds.com
This website is one of the leading websites for information, products and essential resources to help parents of and children with special needs. 


Texas Poison Control Center - www.PoisonControl.org

Information about what to do in the case of accidental poisoning or you can call them at

​1-800-222-1222


Texas Water Safety - www.WatchKidsAroundWater.org
Tips for parents and child care providers to adhere to when dealing with children around pools and water.


Teaching Your Child About Peers With Special Needs

This website gives your talking points and tips on helping your child understand that each of us are created differently, but that doesn't mean you treat someone badly because they are different from you.


The Guide To Securing Life-long Accommodations for Adult Children With Special Needs

A guide that lists different resources to help you insure that your adult children is safe and secure once they are on their own.


20 Incredible Colleges for Students With Special Needs

A listing of 20 incredible colleges that have programs to help students with special needs.


U.S. Department of Justice National Sex Offender - www.nsopw.gov

Website to search the national and state public sex offender databases.













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