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 9 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. Tuesdays and Thursdays in the afternoons and early evenings are recommended post times to coordinate posting in similar timeframes across multiple platforms.
- Have fun with your kids on social media! Let Get Parenting Tips help you with the challenges of parenting at GetParentingTips.com.
- Spend quality time with your child by reading a book together. Try making a family calendar to dedicate time for more family activities:
- Find a parent support group or start one in your community! Search for local support at:
- Ask other parents for help if you need it and offer help to other parents when you can! Find advice from real parents at:
- Create safe spaces to have honest conversations with kids about ways to stay safe:
- Spend time with your younger family members. They’ll remember it forever! Try these family activities:
- Lend an ear to the parents in your family. Learn how to help with parenting stress and self care at:
- The best way to support a family you know is by asking "How can I help?" Find resources and help at:
- Take the time to ask a child in your life about their hopes and dreams and encourage them to reach for the stars! Learn how to help kids build confidence:
- Get to know your neighbors and families on your block to help build a support system and check on them to see how they are doing. More on how to build strong communities at:
Go Blue Day
Wear Blue on Friday, April 9th, for #GoBlueDay to show your support of Child Abuse Prevention.
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