Recognizing Child Abuse and Neglect: Signs and Symptoms
Children’s Bureau/ACYF 1250 Maryland Avenue, SW Eighth Floor Washington, DC 20024 703.385.7565 or 800.394.3366 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.childwelfare.gov June 2007 The first step in helping abused or neglected children is learning to recognize the signs of child abuse and neglect. The presence of a single
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