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July 11, 2017 Washington Mom Raises Awareness About Safe Sleep for Infants

April 7, 2017 South Carolina Legislature Passes New Child Passenger Restraint Law

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Children’s Advocacy Day at the SC State House

Tuesday afternoon, individuals and agencies in the fight against child abuse filled the second floor of the State House for a press conference on the important steps our state is taking to reduce and eventually end the abuse of children, our most precious resource. Pinwheels spun in the sunlight inside and outside the State House grounds, which hosted hundreds of happy children for a reading day. Child Abuse Prevention Month was honored with a press conference at the State House filled with support from leaders in the fight against child abuse, including Senator Katrina Shealy and Representative Shannon Erickson. The South Carolina Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers Executive Director, Kim Hamm, Children’s Trust of South Carolina‘s CEO, Sue Williams and Attorney General, Alan Wilson spoke on the effects of adverse childhood experiences, including emotional and physical child abuse on children’s brain growth, our state’s prevention efforts and domestic violence, neglect and human trafficking. If you suspect child abuse or neglect, click here to select a county DSS office and make a report right away.

October 28, 2016 DHEC: Infant Mortality Back Up in SC                                   DHEC logo_4c-(2)

July 2, 2016 GreenvilleOnline As Child Abuse, Neglect Increases, Officials Wonder Why

Child Abuse, Neglect Cases Rise By 13,000 In 3 Years In SC

July 17, 2016 WLTX How to Make Sure Your Baby Sleeps Safely

July 2, 2016 Sue Williams, Executive Director of Children’s Trust of South Carolina, discusses child abuse and neglect in South Carolina

June 23, 2016 The State Was It Ever OK To Leave Kids In The Car Alone?

2014 Video: New Orleans Officer Shows How Hot Cars Affect The Human Body

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