Social Workers and Advocates Join Voices and Resources to Stop Child Abuse and Neglect

Riverside County Board of Supervisors Declare April National Child Abuse Prevention Month RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif.—The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday formally recognized April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month, emphasizing the vital role that strong community partnerships play in preventing abuse and neglect before it starts. “Child maltreatment can negatively impact the health and wellbeing of victims throughout their lives,” said Board Chair Karen Spiegel, District 2 Supervisor. “We are a better community and a more compassionate society when we value and protect the wellbeing of our children. Communities must make every effort to promote programs and activities that create strong and thriving children and families.” In the last fiscal year,

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