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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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Since 1869, Kentucky children and teens who come to Sunrise Children’s Services have found hope and healing after removal from their homes due to physical, emotional or sexual abuse or neglect. Whether providing safe and loving foster homes, residential treatment programs, or in-home services designed to keep families together, Sunrise...

During the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly, Face it partners are actively working on several policies that will prevent and end abuse in Kentucky. There are three issues currently in front of the legislature that require action from advocates to help them progress and make their way to the Governor to...

On Thursday, January 14, Face It® partners gathered at the Capitol for the 12th Annual Children’s Advocacy Day. They asked elected officials to prioritize the safety and protection of children during decisions made in the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly. Face It partners promoted several policy priorities to their legislators including...

New Infographic features how to prevent child abuse and current local stat Louisville, January 27, 2016. As the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly is in session, Face It® Partners are working on more public education and policies to prevent and end child abuse in this community. Today, Face It releases a new...

Our Face It® partner, Our Lady of Peace is offering a Peace Promises Program for adolescents. You and your family deserve a better life.  One without drugs and alcohol. The Peace Promises Program is a school-based Intensive Outpatient Program and uses The Seven Challenges to provide your teen with the tools they need to make healthy,...

Posted on April 28, 2015, by Shannon Moody via Kentucky Youth Advocates. As April comes to a close, the prevention efforts that we discussed throughout the 2015 Child Abuse Prevention Month don’t have to end. There are many things we can do beyond the month of April—as caregivers and community members—to ensure...

via Kentucky Youth Advocates – April 23, 2015 Parenting is hard and does not come with an instruction manual specific to each individual child. We know that caregivers don’t usually want to hurt their child, but the stress of parenting can sometimes result in abuse. Yet certain factors, known as protective factors,...

Bills to ensure that school personnel are better educated to recognize child abuse are moving forward in both Chambers. SB 119 passed the full Senate on Monday, February 23rd and HB 301 passed the Education Committee February 24th and will move to the full House for a vote. Thank you to the elected...