Public Awareness Tools

Now is the time to tell your family, friends, colleagues and policymakers about the importance of building connections that matter, investing upstream in prevention and how they can help. Use these tools to raise your voice for positive change.

Toolkits & other resources

Using the links below, Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina partners can download toolkits and assets including social media content and templates as well as flyers and brochures. To request printed versions of these materials (at no cost to you) in packs of 100 – or for EPS files of these documents – please contact Kris Demers.

Child Abuse Prevention Month Toolkit

Visit the Child Abuse Prevention Month Toolkit with assets to help your raise awareness of effective child maltreatment prevention strategies, including:

  • Sample Social Media Posts
  • Social Media Graphics
  • Sample Press Release
  • Sample Talking Points
  • and more!
Driving Prevention Toolkit

Kids First License Plates: Driving Prevention Toolkit & Materials


  • English – JPG
  • Spanish – Coming soon!


  • English – PDF
  • Spanish – PDF


  • English – PDF
  • Spanish – PDF

English Sample Letters

Spanish Sample Letters

Social Media Content

Twitter List of NC CTF Grantees – Follow the NC CTF Grantee Twitter List we created to retweet and engage with tweets from other NC CTF Grantees about #KidsFirst.

Recognizing & Responding to Suspicions of Child Maltreatment Course - Social Media Toolkit
Parent Leadership Toolkit

Parent Leadership

  • National Parent Leadership Month is celebrated every February. Parents Anonymous, Inc. established the month to recognize the important role parents play in their communities.
  • Parent leaders represent the “parent voice” and are strong advocates for all families in their community. They provide input into family support program and community decisions and serve as role models and resources for other parents; thereby enhancing factors proven to prevent abuse and neglect.
  • Empowering parents to take leadership roles in their communities not only strengthens the individual parent and his or her family, it also improves outcomes for all children. Research shows that health, education, and family support organizations achieve more positive results and use resources more effectively when they partner with parents.
  • We invite you to join us in recognizing Parent Leadership Month, and have created the following materials to help you with your public awareness efforts.

Parent Leadership Month Public Awareness Toolkit


For more information, technical assistance or to request pre-printed materials or eps files, please contact Kris Demers, Communications Manager, at 919-829-8009, ext. 619 or

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Drive Prevention

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