Child Abuse Reporting & Strengthening Families

The first step in helping to end child abuse and neglect in Colorado is learning to recognize the signs of child abuse and neglect. Help educate and encourage Coloradans to report any and all concerns about the well-being of a child or teen.

 

Poster, Option 1, If Not You, Then Who, English

This poster is intended to target a general audience. Strategically place this 11 x 17 in. poster to raise public awareness. Ask to post it in your office, favorite coffee shop, grocery store, community bulletin boards, etc. Inform the public that if you don't step up to help, who will? Don't hesitate to report suspicions of child abuse and neglect to 844-CO-4-KIDS (844-264-5437). Anyone witnessing a child in a life-threatening emergency should dial 911.

Poster, Option 1, If Not You, Then Who, English

This poster is intended to target a general audience. Strategically place this 8.5 x 11 in. poster to raise public awareness. Ask to post it in your office, favorite coffee shop, grocery store, community bulletin boards, etc. Inform the public that if you don't step up to help, who will? Don't hesitate to report suspicions of child abuse and neglect to 844-CO-4-KIDS (844-264-5437). Anyone witnessing a child in a life-threatening emergency should dial 911.

Tri-Fold Brochure, Signs of Child Abuse and Neglect

General audience tri-fold brochure. In order to help stop child abuse and neglect, people need to know the types and their signs. Perfect for giving away, displaying on your extra counter space in the lobby, or anyplace individuals may be waiting and in need of reading material.

Hotline Business Card

Get the hotline into the hands of those who may need to make a report. Use hotline business cards as a quick reference tool to raise general public awareness by leaving them behind at your favorite establishments, hand them out with packets, or even in combination with your own business cards. Anyone can keep these in their wallet, and they may be especially handy for mandatory reporters who work with children and families often.

Hotline Magnets

For general community outreach. Use magnets as giveaways, leave behinds, or handy reminders to keep the hotline in the line of sight for family, friends, neighbors or mandatory reporters.

There are lots of ways to help - social media image

Image says "Are you concerned about a family? There are lots of ways to help."

Now more than ever - social media image

Image says "Many Colorado families need support now more than ever."

Are you concerned? - social media image

Image says "Are you concerned about the safety and well-being of a kid in Colorado?" 

Kinship Family Supports Brochure

English and Spanish full-color brochures with a list of resources and information for family and friends caring for children not their own, commonly referred to in the child welfare system as kinship families.

CO4Kids "What Happens After You Call?"

Flowchart illustrating the route of calls coming in through our dedicated number