Maternal and Child Health is now: Family and Child Health!
We’ve changed our name, but not our services.
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Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Support
|National Sexual Violence Resource Center||Research & tools to advocates working on the frontlines to end sexual harassment, assault, and abuse|
|Prevent Connect||Uses various forms of online media to connect people and ideas to advance the primary prevention of sexual assault and relationship violence.|
|Veto Violence||Tools, trainings, and resources to empower you and your community to prevent violence and implement evidence-based prevention strategies in your community.|
Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Support
|Protocol for Adolescent Relationship Abuse Prevention and Intervention||Sample protocol from Futures Without Violence intended to be adapted for use in clinical settings|
|Hanging Out or Hooking Up: Clinical Guidelines on Responding to Adolescent Relationship||Guidelines focused on the transformative role of the adolescent health care provider in preventing, identifying, and addressing adolescent relationship abuse (ARA).|
Child Abuse Prevention and Support
|Evidence-Based Home Visiting||Home visitors partner with parents and caregivers to tailor services and resources to best meet the unique needs of each family.|
|Vermont Help Me Grow||System model for improving access to existing resources and services for expectant parents and families with young children through age eight.|
|Resources from the Vermont Department for Children and Families||Resources to give families that can help parents & caregivers keep children safe from abuse.|
|Vermont Mandated Reporters of Child Abuse/Neglect||Information on who is mandated to report suspected child abuse, how to make a report, what happens after a report is made, and FAQs|
|Role of Related Professionals in Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect (Child Welfare Information Gateway)||Resources that health-care providers, educators, law enforcement, and clergy can use to become more aware of how to spot instances of abuse and neglect and what to do when a concern is present.|