WE CAN – Work to End Child Abuse and Neglect

WE CAN – Work to End Child Abuse and Neglect

The Children’s Bureau and CANTASD present this collection of social media posts you can use and share. Follow CANTASD on Facebook and Twitter for daily updates. Help spread the message that WE CAN all take concrete actions to support parents and families and end child abuse and neglect.

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Each image is provided in ready-to-use dimensions for posting on Facebook and Twitter. Some images have links to suggested resources. Click the photo to visit the suggested resource you can link with the image. To download images, click the image and within the popup, right-click “Facebook” or “Twitter” and select “Save link as…”.


Father hugging young daughter. Text: Thank you to everyone in our prevention community. You are making a difference.

Young parent with smiling toddler. Text: Do you know a young parent? Ask if they need help or support.
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Yawning newborn baby. Text: Do you know a parent with a new baby? Reach out and offer support. Infants suffer the highest rates of child abuse and neglect - almost twice that of older children.

Toddler reaching out and touching mom's face. Text: Taking care of yourself makes you a better parent. Learn more and get your tune-up tips.
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Dad in military fatigues with mom and kids. Text: Stay connected even when serving your country takes you away from home.
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Teen girl using her hair as a pretend mustache. Text: Stand up to bullying. WE CAN all send the message that bullying behavior is not okay.
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Doctor listening to a baby's heart. Text: New parents often look to their doctors for parenting advice and support. And research shows that the information doctors provide makes a difference.
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Grandmother holding a baby. Text: Support a parent in recovery. Offer to stay with their kids while they attend meetings or seek treatment.
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Take time to thank yourself for the work you do for and with children and families. When you're taking care of yourself, you can better support others.
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