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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...

Parenting is tough.  It’s stressful and exhausting, and on top of it all, it is our responsibility to be our children’s front-line protectors.  How can we do that when we still have to work and can’t keep them by our sides all day?  If only we could cover them in bubble wrap...

Playing It Safe Tips for safe sleepovers and time with friends Sending your child off on their first sleepover or hosting your teen's friends can come with lots of questions -- what are the planned activities? Who else will be home? How can I reach the other parents? What if there's an...

MEDIA CONTACT: Lindsay Wehr lwehr@kosair.org 502-637-7696 *103 Partners in the Face It Movement Release New Resource on Safe Sleepovers and Time with Friends LOUISVILLE, KY – With school out for the summer and children and teens spending more time hosting sleepovers and visiting friends’ houses, partners in the Kosair Charities® Face It® Movement have released a...

Survive, Heal, THRIVE! Everyone experiences traumatic and stressful events in their lives and those experiences can stick with us and make it hard to enjoy life or move ahead. But, with love, support, and time, we can survive, heal, and THRIVE. The newest Face It resource, THRIVE, offers information for parents and...

Celebrating National Foster Care Month: A Support System for Families Strengthening families and focusing on their well-being is the key to building strong communities. Whether it’s promoting a collaborative relationship between birth parents and foster caregivers or providing parents with the right combination of supportive services to enable reunification, keeping...

Blog by: Courtney Rasche, Kentucky Youth Advocates Summer is almost here! But first, we have to get through the end of the school year stressors. Having a conversation with our children after every school day is a great way to not only find out what they are learning and working on,...