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Want to help prevent child abuse? Help us spread the word. Please feel free to share our messaging. All you have to do is copy the messages we've provided below and insert the appropriate photo into whichever social media site you use. We ask that you include #stopchildabuse in the message to join the nationwide conversation about child abuse prevention.

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An abused child is your business. If you suspect abuse, report it.

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Social media text to include with image: Victims of child abuse often show no physical symptoms. Be on the lookout for behavioral or emotional changes in a child that include depression, aggressive behavior, wearing clothes to hide injuries, withdrawal from friends or usual activities and more. For more information, visit www.saynotoabuse.org. #stopchildabuse

The most common form of child abuse is neglect. If you suspect abuse, report it.

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Social media text to include with image: Common signs of sexual abuse include depression, anxiety, changes in sleep patterns, acting out sexually and eating disorders. For more information, visit www.saynotoabuse.org. #stopchildabuse

1 in 10 kids will be sexually abused by their 18th birthday. If you suspect abuse, report it.

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Social media text to include with image: Victims of child abuse often show no physical symptoms. Be on the lookout for behavioral or emotional changes in a child that include depression, aggressive behavior, wearing clothes to hide injuries, withdrawal from friends or usual activities and more. For more information, visit www.saynotoabuse.org. #stopchildabuse

Wear blue on April 5 to support child abuse awareness and prevention. If you suspect abuse, report it.

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Social media text to include with image: There is no excuse for child abuse. Speak up for the children who may not have a voice. Call the Texas Abuse Hotline 800-252-5400 to report suspected abuse. #stopchildabuse

Words hit as hard as a fist. If you suspect abuse, report it.

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Social media text to include with image: There is no excuse for child abuse. Speak up for the children who may not have a voice. Call the Texas Abuse Hotline 800-252-5400 to report suspected abuse. #stopchildabuse

Nearly 90% of child abuse victims in Texas know their abuser. If you suspect abuse, report it.

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Social media text to include with image: Most abuse happens in the home or within the family. But it can also occur in other places we like to think of as "safe." Help your child understand that it's okay to say no to someone who is trying to get them to do something uncomfortable – even if they know them. For more information, visit www.saynotoabuse.org. #stopchildabuse

Abuser use play, deception, threats, or other forms of coercion to engage and silence children. If you suspect abuse or neglect, report it.

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Social media text to include with image: There are many reasons why a child may not report child abuse … fear, confusion, depression or they may even think it's their fault. Call the Texas Abuse Hotline 800-252-5400 to report suspected abuse. For more information, visit www.saynotoabuse.org. #stopchildabuse

April is child abuse awareness month. Spread the word. If you suspect abuse, report it.

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Social media text to include with image: There is no excuse for child abuse. Speak up for the children who may not have a voice. Call the Texas Abuse Hotline 800-252-5400 to report suspected abuse. #stopchildabuse

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