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Child Abuse Prevention Internet Resources


The National Children's Alliance is a nationwide not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to promote and support communities in providing a coordinated investigation and comprehensive response to victims of severe child abuse. NCA accredited members are Children's Advocacy Centers.



The Nebraska Children & Families Foundation works to bring people together to achieve the best results for children and families.



Since 1972, Prevent Child Abuse America has built awareness, provided education and inspired hope to everyone involved in the effort to prevent the abuse and neglect of children



The International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect is an organization, which supports individuals, and organizations working to protect children from abuse and neglect worldwide.



This is a website for those who want to end child abuse. Produced by NBA (National Benevolent Association)--the site is user-friendly for both kids and parents and gives historical information about how laws developed to protect children from abuse.



Domestic Violence Internet Resources


The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence is a national organization that includes information for victims and professionals. For victims, information helps define the problem of Domestic Violence and provides a checklist for victims. Also, it includes information on what to do including making safe plans.


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