The Trauma and Child Abuse Resource Center includes Frequently Asked Questions and links to Facts for Families.
The American Psychological Association provides information on why abuse and neglect happen, and defines the different forms of abuse.
This article covers the effects of child abuse and neglect, and how to help a child or youth heal. Each section includes additional resources.
Though knowing how to get help for child abuse can be difficult, resources are available. Abused children may require counseling, help from child protective services (CPS), legal advocacy, or other assistance.
This article gives advice on the dos and don’ts of talking with children who disclose to you about being abused.
Learn how to spot the signs of abuse and how to help.
Describes ten ways to help maltreated children.
This website includes resources for parenting tips, public policy, and expert advice on aspects of parenting and child abuse.
Includes the symptoms of different types of child abuse, the causes of child abuse, and treatment.
This tipsheet talks about some of the real challenges that parents, family members, and carers face when they find out that their child has been abused.