CHILD ABUSE PUBLICATIONS

Protecting children from abuse and neglect is the responsibility of the community. The resources on this page go into further detail regarding the specific responsibilities of health care providers to report child abuse or neglect. Coverage on child abuse reporting policy and cases are also represented below under the section “From the National Center for Youth Law.”

FROM THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR YOUTH LAW

NCYL Asks California Court to Strengthen Child Abuse Reporting Requirements (Oct 2014): An explanation of an amicus brief urging the California Supreme Court to interpret California’s Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) in light of its purpose: “to protect children from abuse and neglect.”

FROM THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR YOUTH LAW

Mandated Child Abuse Reporting Law: This webinar introduces the Mandated Child Abuse Reporting Law Guide, a resource developed for Title X grantees and sub-recipient agencies. The webinar will familiarize you with the guide, and assist you with the development and implementation of policies and training within your clinic or organization.

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