Social Media Toolkit
Child Abuse Prevention
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAPM), and we want your help to empower communities with resources to support Texas children, youth, and families where they live, work, and play!
For the month of April, we encourage you to promote child abuse prevention awareness with your networks. Our goal for this month is to reach as many individuals as possible to equip families with knowledge and resources to support child abuse prevention practices in Texas.
This toolkit includes daily messages to use in promoting child abuse prevention awareness, CAPM resources, and sample CAPM imagery to share and post.
These messages and links can be used as is or they can be customized in any way that works best for your community by directing to your prevention program’s information. Thank you for continuing to support the children and families that live, work, and play in your communities.
Date to Remember: Friday, April 14 Wear Blue for #GoBlueDay
Sample Social Media Posts
Hashtags: #ChildAbusePreventionMonth #CAPM #ThrivingFamilies #PreventionMatters
Most links will auto-populate imagery but there are also sample images to accompany the content and links below.
- Take a short amount of time each day to check in with your child to see how they’re feeling. Regular communication helps children feel safe.
- Calm and patient communication can help you build a strong relationship with your child.
- Parenting can be stressful. As a caregiver, it’s important to take time for yourself.
- Disciplining your child is a critical component to parenting, but it’s not always easy. Learn more about positive discipline techniques here:
- Single mom? You are not alone. Read this single mom’s story to learn some helpful single parenting tips:
- Single dad? You are not alone. Read this single dad article to learn some helpful single parenting tips:
- Single parent? You are not alone. Read this single parent article to learn some helpful single parenting tips:
- Take the time to get to know your younger cousins, nieces, nephews, and siblings! Spend time with them to help give parents a break:
- It takes a village to raise a child! Remind the family members in your life that you’re there to help.
- Support your own grown children by reminding them that they’re good parents:
- You can be a big help to parents by running an errand or helping around the house.
- Be sure to remind the children in your life that you’re proud of them. It can make a big difference.
- Families thrive when their community is there to support them! This month make the commitment to learn how you can help strengthen families.
- Everyone has a role when it comes to helping families in your community! Take the time to connect parents to helpful resources this month and year-round.
- Communities can ensure the safety and well-being of children by providing families with access to the support and resources they need.
- Take the time to remind parents that they’re doing a good job! Support families by connecting them to the resources they need.
- Thriving families need support from their entire community. Family, friends, neighbors, businesses, schools, and others can all be a reliable support system.
Go Blue Day
Wear Blue on Friday, April 14th, for #GoBlueDay to show your support of Child Abuse Prevention.
PDFs for Sharing
- Governor’s Proclamation of Child Abuse Prevention Month
- Kids Activity Placemat
- Tips for Thriving Families
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