Impact of Child Abuse
Child abuse needs to stop and education is the key.
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THE EFFECTS OF CHILD ABUSE
Children who are exposed to traumatic events are affected by them later on in life.
Children who are abused or neglected are at higher risk for health problems as adults know as Adverse Childhood Experiences. These problems include alcoholism, depression, drug abuse, eating disorders, obesity, high-risk sexual behaviors, smoking, suicide, and certain chronic diseases.
Adverse Childhood Experiences | ACES
The impact of ACES have been linked to:
“Adverse childhood experiences are the single greatest unaddressed public health threat facing our nation today.”
– Dr. Robert Block, former president of the American Academy of Pediatrics
The abuse may be brief, but the trauma lasts a lifetime.
Kids' lives and futures are on the line!
Be the voice against neglect and contribute to end child maltreatment today.