Resources for Further Exploration
Check out these related links, including some fantastic parenting sites!
- Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina
- North Carolina Department of Justice – offers helpful information on internet safety and a variety of other topics.
- Netsmartz – The safety help desk for the Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
- Netsmartz Presentations – NetSmartz is the Internet Safety division of NCMEC and has presentations for download.
- Onguard Online – Practical tips to help prevent internet fraud, protect personal information, and secure your computer.
- Kidsville News – Fantastic site for young children!
- From Darkness to Light – Excellent site on helping prevent child sexual abuse.
- North Carolina Division of Social Services – Children’s Services – Children’s Services provides health care, financial assistance and access to nutrition programs to children who require extra support.
- North Carolina Child Advocacy Institute – NC Child builds a strong North Carolina by advancing public policies to ensure all children – regardless of race, ethnicity, or place of birth – have the opportunity to achieve their full potential.
- National Children’s Alliance – Links to every Child Advocacy Center in the nation.
- Children’s Bureau Express – Children’s Bureau Express (CBX) covers news, issues, and trends of interest to professionals and policymakers in the interrelated fields of child abuse and neglect, child welfare, and adoption.
- The Baby Center – Find information from BabyCenter on pregnancy, children’s health, parenting and more.
- Zero to Three – Zero to Three works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections that are critical to their well-being and development.
- The Family Corner – Family fun, craft projects, kid’s recipes, parenting advice, decorating ideas, frugal tips, and more.
- Children’s Advocacy Centers of North Carolina – Information and links to all Children’s Advocacy Centers in North Carolina.
- Family Watchdog – Don’t miss this site! Find out where the convicted perpetrators are living, how close they are to schools, where they work, etc.
- Common Sense Education – Common Sense Media provides great resources related to digital devices.
- Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program – The Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) is located in every state and provide great technology safety resources and will do presentations.