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You Are Not Alone. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Week 1 Topic: Prenatal Abstinence
Week 2 Topic: Period of Purple Crying
Week 3 Topic: Toddler Tantrums
Week 4 Topic: Family Resource Centers

Healthy communities, strong families and great childhoods begin with all of us.

While often fun and rewarding, parenting isn’t always easy. It’s often said that babies and children don’t come with directions – but you are not alone.

Communities throughout New Hampshire offer resources that can help because preventing child abuse and neglect works best when communities work together. Parents, families, child welfare agencies, child care providers, teachers, doctors, nurses and neighbors all have a responsibility to create environments where children can thrive.

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. The resources in the related links show that there is help in your community. Check the parenting resources below to locate the support you need.

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