Friday, June 1, 2012


We at Pimpin' PSPers know that no child deserves to suffer at the hands of an abuser. Sadly, too many of us have our own childhood battle scars and emotional wounds that are not yet healed.

Our members have joined together to make this blog train to show our support of Child Abuse Awareness.

Make sure to check out each blog along the way as each will have their own individual treasures!

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If a child is in immediate danger or has been severely injured, call 911 or other emergency services.
If you are concerned that a child is being abused, maltreated or neglected, call the police or local child protective services. (Childhelp has a list of local phone numbers you can call for your county or state in the U.S.) You can make an anonymous report if you wish. Also, your local hospital may help connect you to local resources. Many hospitals have programs specifically related to child abuse and maltreatment.
You can also report suspected child abuse by calling the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline:
1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453).
Childhelp cannot make a report of child abuse for you, but they can help you report it by setting up a three-way call with your local enforcement agency.