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Kentucky

All Kentuckians are mandated reporters. If you believe a child is being abused or neglected, call the Child Protection Hotline.

1-877-KYSAFE1 or 1-877-597-2331

For contact information in other states, please visit our Report It page.

Additional Support:

Child help: National Abuse Hotline:
1-800-4-CHILD
or 1-800-422-4453

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by Ashley Allen, MA, BCBA, LBA and Elizabeth Coriano, MA, ABA from Carriage House The Holidays are among us. We are making shopping lists, putting up decorations and filling our schedules with family activities. Excitement is in the air! However, if you are the parent of child with special needs you...

By Rennay Marshall, Director of Communications at Family & Children’s Place October is anti-bullying month, and it is important to recognize bullying can happen in many different  ways to the children we care about. According to StopBullying.gov, “Bullying is unwanted, aggressive  behavior among school aged children that involves a real...

We know that kids are kids, and sometimes they get minor cuts, scrapes, and bruises on the bony areas of the body, like their knees, elbows, and foreheads.  However, there are some injuries that may indicate that something is wrong. The TEN-4 bruising rule is an easy-to-remember acronym to help...

This October 4th, the Kosair Charities® Face It® Movement is once again bringing awareness to the critically important TEN-4 Bruising Rule, the technique to recognize concerning bruising on young children, and emphasizing the importance of training adults on recognizing, reporting, and preventing child abuse. We invite you to join with...

By Dawn Runyon, Green Dot Education Program Specialist at Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government TRIGGER WARNING This article or section, or pages it links to, contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors. “My earliest memory is being sexually abused when I was three-years old. Throughout my childhood I...

By Jennifer Monroe Baize, MSSW, LCSW Awareness When I first started thinking about what could be helpful in other’s journey to healing who have experienced trauma; knowledge and awareness immediately came to mind. I then found myself wondering, was there one “big thing” or statement that seemed more impactful? It is then...