Will YOU be part of Suffolk County's #CommunitySafetyNet and help protect children from abuse?

Join the #CommunitySafetyNet:

STEP 1. 

Download the #CommunitySafetyNet guide to learn how you can protect and support the children in your lives.

STEP 2. 

Follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram for tips, activities, and resources for preventing child abuse. Tag your posts with #CommunitySafetyNet to increase awareness. 

Upload the banner above as your cover photo, or download our Facebook profile picture frame by clicking "Update" on your profile picture, then "Add Frame," and search for #CommunitySafetyNet.

STEP 3. Join us and be counted as a member of the #CommunitySafetyNet! 

You can write "Anonymous" if you wish to remain anonymous.
Stay informed about the CAC & #CommunitySafetyNet impact.
Help us see where the #CommunitySafetyNet is.

Learn the Signs

Learn how to identify when a child may be experiencing abuse or exploitation.

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Know How to Respond

How will you respond if you suspect child abuse or a child tells you they were abused?

Know How to Respond
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Talk About It

Talking with children regularly about personal safety helps children understand when boundaries may have been crossed and gives them the language to tell you when something is wrong.

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Seek Help

Learn how to make a report to the 24/7 DCF Child Protection Hotline (1-800-792-5200). Anyone can file a report, and you do not need to be certain abuse has occurred to report your concerns.

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