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Child Abuse

Reporting Child Abuse

It's Everyone's Responsibility - Report It

Every year in Florida, thousands of children are subjected to child abuse, which can take the form of physical or sexual abuse, neglect, abandonment or mental injury. Too many continue to suffer because the abuse is never reported. Under Florida law, anyone who suspects a child maybe abused or neglected has a responsibility to report it.
  • Unusual fearfulness
  • Lack of hygiene or inappropriate dress
  • Delayed emotional, intellectual or language development
  • Frequent injuries
  • Feeding disorders
  • Rocking, self-inflicted pain
  • Sleep disorders, bed-wetting
  • Lack of eye contact, poor socialization
  • Acting out in school
  • Unexplained scars or bruise's
  • Malnutrition
  • Many school absences

CALL 911 FOR EMERGENCIES

How to report on a abused child:

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