Contribute to the success of this year’s Child Abuse Prevention Month by joining our Blue Ambassadors Program. We’ll send you compelling content that you can share with your networks through the month of April! All you have to do is share the content with your friends on social media. A form to sign up is included below.
Questions? Contact [email protected] for additional information.
Here are a few other opportunities to support child abuse prevention in April:
- Wear blue on Wear Blue Day in South Dakota April 1. Snap a selfie and post to your social media accounts with the hashtags #ChildAbusePreventionMonth and #knowrespondprevent. Tag @sdcpcm.
- Sign up for an Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) or Enough Abuse training.
- ACEs training request
- Enough Abuse training request
- Support Building a Resilient South Dakota
- CPCM has partnered with Children’s Home Society to conduct a series of trainings throughout the state in South Dakota’s largest communities. We will acknowledge the community that trains the most people with a special award. Sign up today for an ACEs training and indicate you are part of the Building a Resilient South Dakota Challenge.
- Help us promote, and attend the April 1 Child Abuse Prevention Breakfast and Child Welfare Legal Workshop.
- Become a No Hit Zone. No Hit Zone – Center for the Prevention of Childhood Maltreatment (sdcpcm.com)
- Share, follow and like CPCM’s posts and Facebook page and/or Twitter feed @sdcpcm. Follow our LinkedIn Page at the Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment.
- Add the I’m a Blue Ambassador frame to your Facebook profile – search SDBlueAmbassador.
- Share a link to the CPCM website so others know how to support the work of CPCM. Center for the Prevention of Childhood Maltreatment – The Statewide Effort to End Child Maltreatment in South Dakota (sdcpcm.com)
- Showcase the Blue Ribbon flier you will be emailed.
- View a session from the CPCM video library. Videos – Center for the Prevention of Childhood Maltreatment (sdcpcm.com)
- Take the Department of Social Services Mandatory Reporter Training. Introduction – DSS Video Training for Mandatory Reporters (sd.gov)