Workers recognized for trying to stop child abuse

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MUSKEGON, Mich. - April is National Childhood Abuse Prevention Month and those who work to help kids in abusive situations are being recognized.

The Muskegon County Prosecutor's Office is working with the Child Abuse Council to recognize officials who try to put an end to abuse and neglect.  1,100 victims were helped in Muskegon County last year and there were nearly 35,000 confirmed victims in Michigan.

The Prosecutor's Offices calls the abused children courageous and brave for stepping up and telling adults what is happening.

 

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1 Comment

  • dmfletcher55

    Here it is April 21, 2016, and I have heard very little about Child abuse awareness in the news nationally. I have exhausted myself spreading the news about April being child awareness against abuse. I tweet, FB, news sites and talk whenever I can. But you can bet 1 out of 3 people don’t even know that April is awareness against Child abuse.
    But 8 out 10 know that if a man chooses to dress like a woman he can use the woman’s, bathroom. What is wrong with protecting the children of this world. Has everyone gone crazy?
    http://contemplative-thoughts.blogspot.com/
    https://twitter.com/7thdaughter1
    I have been shouting on public media all month. I can’t even get editors to read my stuff or even respond to my emails. I am a survivor.
    Thank you, Fox 17 for sharing this article regarding April being Child awareness against abuse.