Kids & Teens

Violence against children only ends when a child comes forward or a concerned person recognizes the warning signs and reports the abuse.
A List of National and Local Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Resources.
Kids and teens across the country are wearing STOMP Out Bullying Wristbands to make a statement about putting an end to bullying and cyberbullying.
Who is text messaging you? If your friends, family and parents are the only ones sending you text messages --- then that’s cool! They should be the only people who are texting you!
The September 11th terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania will reverberate around the world now … and for generations to come. The traumatic impact unleashed upon innocent individuals and children has overwhelmed our nation
Have you ever been separated from your mom or dad? Way scary, right? That's just how your mom and dad feel when you're missing!
Teach children and youth the rules about what they need to do to be serious and smart in cyberspace, allowing them to have fun and keeping them safe.
Self-esteem isn't something you can see, or touch, or hear -- but it's there and it's yours! You own it … it's the way you feel about yourself, the way you talk about yourself, the way you see yourself.
According to a 2004 report from the Center for Disease Control, in 2002, more than 877,700 young people ages 10 to 24 were injured from violent acts. Approximately 1 in 13 required hospitalization.
Love Our Children USA is proud to announce that Krysten Moore, 2007 Miss New Jersey Teen International, has joined the organization as a spokesperson for bullying and cyberbullying prevention.
When online there are so many things to do, to learn, to see … and of course you want to make new friends. With these experiences, it’s important to think safely.
Have you ever been separated from your mom or dad? Way scary, isn't it? That’s just how your mom and dad feel when they can't find you!
Sexual abuse is when a child is asked, tricked, or forced by an adult or even a kid who is bigger, stronger, or older, or by a person who has power over him/her to do "secret" non-touching or "secret" touching that involves the child’s private parts, the abuser’s private parts, or the private parts of another person.
Take Some Tips From Love Our Children USA's Teen Bullying and Cyber Bullying Prevention Spokesperson, Krysten Moore
Tammy Sabo is a survivor. A tenth grader in Syracuse, New York, she is the winner of the State division of the National Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competition.
Being a teenager is exciting, challenging, and confusing. Dating is one of the most awesome things about being a teen. Your teen years are a time when you find your place in the world, and are faced with a lot of challenges.
If you are a victim of physical violence, sexual abuse, verbal/emotional abuse or bullying – whether it’s in person on online …. It’s okay to tell someone! Don’t be afraid! Go to a parent, teacher, Friend’s parent, neighbor or other trusted adult.
Anyone under the age of 18 who is a victim of incest or rape should have a support network. It’s imperative to find an adult to confide in.

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