Ways you can help
- Locally: Contact your local children’s advocacy center (CAC) to learn more about the CAC model. Ask how your local CAC can help you with a recognizing and reporting curriculum in your school.
- Nationally: Subscribe to the National Children’s Alliance (NCA) newsletter
- Download Materials: Printed materials may also be available through your local CAC.
- Staff Reporting Poster: Texas Educators Guide14_8.5X11Poster or Texas Educators Guide14_11x17poster.
In Spanish: Texas Educators Guide 8.5X11Spanish
or Texas Educators Guide 11X17Spanish
- TEA Student Reporting Posters 11″ x 17″: English:CAC_TEAPoster2015
- Web banners to utilize on websites frequented by teachers, administrators, and parents. Banner Ad 300×250, Banner Ad 728×90, Banner Ad 160×600
- Learn the signs and symptoms of abuse
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Additional Resources about reporting suspected child abuse
- Educate. ‘Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse’ teach individuals who work with children on a daily basis about the signs and symptoms of child abuse. Professionals will learn facts about child abuse, how to recognize physical and behavioral signs of the varying forms of child abuse, as well as many important details for how to make a report. Click on the link above to visit the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center training campus, then follow the links to register.
- Learn what to expect when filing a report by viewing this video.
- Read a model student welfare policy addressing child abuse and neglect that can be implemented in districts and schools.
Statewide Intake in Texas, 24/7 – 1.800.252.5400