In this New Year, the Children’s Safety Network is ever more focused on keeping children thriving, healthy and free from injury and violence. With the unfolding of recent events, we are concerned with the mental health of our children and their access to support systems. With increased resource development on health equity and emerging child safety topics, CSN is committed to fully supporting children and families in establishing and maintaining safe and stable relationships and environments that provide opportunities for all children to reach their full potential.
In line with CSN’s work in supporting Title V agencies to adjust how they serve their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, this month we are featuring a new blog post on the need for increased cyberbullying prevention to meet this increasingly virtual moment. As always, throughout this newsletter, you will find resources from our Children's Safety Now Alliance partners highlighted in purple. This newsletter includes additional resources on child and adolescent mental health during these unprecedented and uncertain times.
Jennifer Leonardo, PhD
Children’s Safety Network Director