National Council On Child Abuse and Family Violence

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Billie Ray Cyrus

BILLY RAY CYRUS

Violence occurs in two-thirds of all marriages. One out of every twenty elderly Americans is a victim of abuse and neglect. Reports of child abuse continue to be a national problem. The National Council is dedicated to ending this terrible pattern of abuse through its American Campaign for Prevention. To get help or to give support, please contact the National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence today. Thank you!

 

Peter Falk

PETER FALK  (In Memorium)

It’s bad enough when you don’t feel safe on the streets. It’s worse when you don’t feel safe at home. Family violence makes the home a dangerous place for millions of America’s children, spouses, partners, and elderly. But there is help -- both for the abused and for the abusers. To get help -- or to give help by your support of the American Campaign for Prevention, please contact the National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence. Thank you!

 

Larry Gatlin LARRY GATLIN

By the end of the first quarter of the new millennium, will we end child abuse and maltreatment of the elderly? By 2025, will marital and partner relationships no longer be poisoned by brutality? The National Council is working to make home and family free from violence in this new century. To get help or to give help through its American Campaign for Prevention, please contact the National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence. Thank you!

 

Barbara Mandrell

BARBARA MANDRELL

In many families, violence is handed down from generation to generation. Children are abused or see parents abusing each other or their parents. Too often, they grow up to repeat the pattern in their own families. The National Council is dedicated to breaking this cycle of misery through its American Campaign for Prevention. To give your support, please contact the National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence today. Thank you!

 

Lou Rawls

LOU RAWLS (In Memorium)

Children need homes where they can feel safe and secure. But for many, home is the most frightening place of all. Reported cases of child abuse have increased -- a terrible pattern that the National Council is working to stop. Your support of the American Campaign for Prevention can make the difference. Please contact the National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence. Thank you!

 


Updated 01 July 2014
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