Office of Child and Youth Protection
A Catholic Bishop Abuse Reporting Service has been established to receive reports of sexual abuse and related misconduct by bishops,
and to relay those reports to proper Church authorities for investigation. To make a report or for additional information please visit www.reportbishopabuse.org or call (800) 276-1562
ALL SUSPECTED ABUSE OF MINORS MUST BE IMMEDIATELY REPORTED TO CIVIL AUTHORITIES.
OFFICE OF CHILD AND YOUTH PROTECTION
USCCB Child & Youth Protection
The Secretariat for Child and Youth Protection is a resource for dioceses/eparchies for implementing safe environment programs and for suggesting training and development of diocesan personnel responsible for child and youth protection programs
San Bernardino County | Children & Family Services
The mission of Children and Family Services is to protect endangered children, preserve and strengthen their families, and develop alternative family settings. Services as mandated by law and regulation, will be provided in the least intrusive manner with a family-centered focus.
Riverside County |
Children & Family Services
The Riverside County Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) provides services and assistance to protect and empower vulnerable people in our community.
National Child Abuse Prevention Month
Strong, nurturing communities that are supportive of families can get involved and play a role in preventing child abuse and neglect and promoting child and family well-being.
San Bernardino County Children’s Network
The overall goal of Children’s Network is to help at-risk children by improving communication, planning, coordination, and cooperation among youth-serving agencies.
Child Abuse Prevention CDC
Policies and programs that are supportive of children and families can prevent child abuse and neglect and other early adversity. CDC works to better understand the problem of child abuse and neglect and to prevent it before it begins
Through animated videos, short films, games, and interactive comics, NSTeens teaches tweens and teens about making safer choices online. Teaching materials are available for intermediate, middle school, and high school educators so they can bring these engaging lessons right into the classroom. All resources on NSTeens.org are available free of charge.
Children’s Bureau offers innovative, quality child abuse prevention services and programs designed to nurture the child, strengthen the family and build caring communities.