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About LifeNET, Inc, and
The Child Abuse Prevention Network
The Child Abuse Prevention Network is the flagship service of LifeNET (Life Network Engineering Technologies, Inc.) Begun in 1995, the Network now serves over 30,000 visitors a month. While most of our visitors come from the USA, we also have users from over 120 countries around the world. LifeNET has as its motto: Making a World of Difference for Families. The Network is doing that: most of our users are professionals, but many are families. Besides our public websites, we also operate private communities of professionals — on a membership-only basis — in order to assist them in solving complex problems in the field of child abuse.
Exchange Club Child Abuse Centers
Institute on Volence, Abuse and Trauma”
National Center on Child Fatality Review
Prevent Child Abuse New York
Army Family Advocacy
Family Life Development Center
Best Bookmarks on Child Abuse
Newest Partner: disability-abuse.com
HELP FOR PROFESSIONALS
If you are a child abuse prevention professional, you are in the right place. Our goal is to use the World Wide Web to give you the fullest possible support in your work.
How can you make the most of our site?
We strongly recommend that to set your Web Browser Preferences
(1) To make https://www.child-abuse.com your Home Page
(2) To open to a Blank Page.
This set-up will allow you to
(1) Go wherever you want when you open your Web Browser, but at the same time you can
(2) Use the Child Abuse Prevention Network as your professional “nerve center.”
Wander far and wide, and you are just a click away from “home.”
Our Partners are among the top organizations in the field. You will find our list growing to meet your needs. This gives all of us a powerful link to each other — all for the goal of protecting chidren and preventing abuse.
Your Ideas as a professional are what make this network vital. Whatever the feedback, feel free to write to us.
The Child Abuse Prevention Network operates as a collaborative among its members and partners. Major sources of support have come from the U.S. Department of Commerce, which provided a one-year planning grant, from the U.S. Army Family Advocacy Program, under a cooprative agreement with the USDA Extension Service, from the U.S. Department of Justice, (Office for Victims of Crime) and from the Network’s home base at Cornell University’s College of Human Ecology, and it’s Family Life Development Center. Cornell has provided additional valuable partnerships through Cornell Information Technologies, and Cornell’s Vice Provost for Research. Considerable technical and sponsorship support has come from LifeNET, Inc., which is also dedicated to finding outside support for the financial furure of our network. If you are interested in supporting our business plan, contact LifeNET Attention: Tom Hanna, director of the Child Abuse Prevention Network.
The Network could not exist without support from the whole field of child abuse and neglect. We have an average of 30,000 unique visitors every month. In addition, we provide access to over 6,500 professionals in research and related fields through various affiliated electronic mailing lists, including the National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect, Child-Abuse-L for professionals in the field, SIGCA-MD-L for physician and those invovled in the clinical issues, Child-Fatal-L for professionals committed to prevention of child fatalities, CANDo for those dedicated to protecting children with disabilities,and SBSpro for the particular issue of Shaken Baby Syndrome. To become a part of this wonderful community of experts, click here.
Our network continues to grow, and and we want your ideas on how it can improve! And be sure to contact us, so you can learn about the extended services we are developing only for enrolled members of our broader network service, supported by our corporate partner, LifeNET, Inc..