Child Abuse Prevention And Treatment
Thinking About Trust (Children)

This worksheet helps children understand the nature of trust.  It asks them to identify people with whom they feel safe; people who are on their side; people who encourage them; and people with whom they can be themselves.  It’s a great opportunity to talk to children about trust and what it means. (0822, trust, trauma)

Helping Children Cope After A Trauma

This guide, prepared by the Child Mind Institute, can help you know what you can do to help children of different ages. (trauma, 0618)

When Do You Need Help?

This worksheet is designed to help children think about when they should ask for help for a variety of problems. (1217, resiliency, prevention)

What Makes You Special?

This worksheet asks children to think about five things that make them unique. It can be used to help children understand their strengths and to spark a discussion about how everyone has special qualities. Form type: PDF (0215)

Recognizing the Symptoms of Child Abuse And Neglect

This fact sheet was developed by the Child Welfare Gateway and should be given to anyone who works with children. It defines the various types of child abuse and neglect according to Federal guidelines, and can be helpful in detecting signs of abuse or neglect.