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.

Parents/Caregivers

Extended Family

Community

Go Blue Day

Wear Blue on Friday, April 9th, for #GoBlueDay to show your support of Child Abuse Prevention.

Keep an eye on the Get Parenting Tips Facebook and Instagram feeds, which will share more tips throughout the month.

Sample Images

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Family members out for a walk with one kid on a bicycle. Text: DFPS. Bulding confidence is important because it helps children reach their full potential. GetParentingTips.com. Tips for Thriving Families. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth
Sisters taking a selfie while one holds cucumber rounds over the other sister's eyes. Text: DFPS. With healthy use, social media can provide joy and fun. Help them explore safely! GetParentingTips.com Tips for Thriving Families. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth
Mom having conversation with young child. Text: DFPS. having conversations with your childe regularly helps keep them safe. GetParentingTips.com Tips for Thriving Families. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth
Mom reading to two young kids. Text: DFPS. Reading helps your child in school and nurtures the brain! GetParentingTips.com Tips for Thriving Families. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth
Dad holding hands with upset young daughter. DFPS. Calm and patient communication helps build strong relationships. GetParentingTips.com Tips for Thriving Families. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth
Mom sitting cross-legged with her eyes closed, meditating. DFPS. You can't take care of your family without taking care of yourself first! GetParentingTips.com Tips for Thriving Families. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth
Grandparens laughing with two young grandkids. Text: DFPS. Family members can be a source of support for both parents and children. GetParentingTips.com Tips for Thriving Families. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth
Neighbor handing a kid a paper bag at the front door. Text: DFPS. Neighbors supporting neighbors helps shape our communities. GetParentingTips.com Tips for Thriving Families. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth
Mom and dad with kids in their laps. Text: DFPS. When everyone looks out for each other, we can help build strong families. GetParentingTips.com Tips for Thriving Families. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth
Smiling lady giving child a high five. Text: DFPS. When everyone looks out for each other, we can help build strong families. GetParentingTips.com Tips for Thriving Families. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth

Resources