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Health department seeking input about child abuse

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Updated: 4/15/2013 1:11 pm Published: 4/15/2013 10:51 am

The Oklahoma State Department of Health Office of Child Abuse Prevention is asking for input to use in developing an effective, statewide comprehensive child abuse prevention plan.

Organizers say the survey provides an opportunity to share input on community resources in your area. The information will be considered and included in the upcoming five-year Oklahoma State Plan for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect.

The focus of the survey is on factors and family stressors that are connected with child abuse and what strategies that the participant believes impact the prevention of the four specific types of abuse: physical, sexual, emotional, and neglect.

Participants are encouraged to freely share this information and survey link with others who might be willing to provide input into child abuse and prevention in their area.

Public input can be provided by completing a brief questionnaire that is available at the following link: The deadline for submitting input via the online questionnaire is Friday, April 26.

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