Basic rules and tips you can your child should know to avoid sexual exploitation (rape or molestation.)
This articles teaches families the risks involved in using the internet such as unknowingly downloading virus attacks and having unwanted or inappropriate contact with others; and also discusses ways to be prepared for what may reach kids via the internet.
Kidpower is a nonprofit educational organization that offers positive and practical workshops, training, and resources to help people of all ages and abilities learn personal safety skills and build self-confidence.
My Child Safety is a safety guide website for parents. Get safety tips on a variety of topics such as child safety devices, water safety, internet safety, bullying, babysitting and more.
Missing Kids wants, "to help you protect your children by teaching them to be smarter and safer. The best way to combat child exploitation and abduction is to prevent it. Please use our site to learn what you and your children need to know about protecting them from victimization."
The National Domestic Violence Hotline runs a helpful website and phone hotline for people in crisis and those that care about them. Tollfree number: 800-799-7233.
Featuring “Safety and Health Magazine,” online safety courses, a comprehensive resource center with safety issues, fact sheets, a library, and research and statistics.
What parents, schools and communities can do to protect kids from sexual exploitation (being raped or molested).
No sport is 100 percent safe. But there is much that parents, players and coaches can do to minimize young athletes’ risk of injury.
Learn how technology is being used to bully others and get safety tips for protecting your family.
This article discusses the risks of kids using P2P (peer-to-peer) file sharing networks and how to be prepared to avoid those risks.
This article helps families understand the risk of using social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook and teaches ways to be prepared to avoid attacks.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that every child should have an opportunity to participate in sports or any recreational activity that promotes regular physical activity. Participation can be related to health benefits as well as health risks. Although deaths among children playing organized sports are rare, sports injuries are a common occurrence among children.
Get important tips about your child's safety, and in particular, preventing the abduction and/or sexual exploitation of children from this interactive website.
Tips to prevent injuries related to computer use.
Cell phones, MP3 players, TV, the Internet…it seems as if kids are always plugged in. Many parents compete with technology for their kids’ attention, and lose. Additionally, cyberbullying, sexting, pornography, and stranger danger online all present a significant safety risk to our kids. In Tips for Parents: Family Technology Use Policy, learn how to create your family’s technology rules, and enforce them.
Learn how drinking energy drinks can make kids and teens sick and how the high amounts of caffeine found in some of these drinks can be high enough to kill.
Learn the risks children face when playing sports and learn how to decrease or prevent risk of injury.
Get parenting tips on keeping your family safe this summer while out and about doing all of your favorite summer activities. Including help on bicycle safety, water safety, heat safety, sunburn safety, and stranger danger safety.
Get tips for parents on water safety for families. Learn how to keep your family safe while having fun in the water and how to identify dangerous situations that commonly lead to drowning.