Web traffic spike is indicative of a much larger need for parenting support during COVID-19 pandemic
Board member Dr. Sege speaks with PBS NewsHour on child abuse during the COVID-19 pandemic
The Children's Trust rolls out virtual programs to continue supporting families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Healthy Families helped me learn how to raise my son differently than how I was raised
30,000 children were confirmed as abused or neglected in MA in 2018. #StepUp4Kids to end child abuse.
The Children’s Trust is providing All Babies Cry free during Coronavirus pandemic
What parents can do to keep their kids (and themselves) calm and collected through the coronavirus outbreak.
Useful resources for Massachusetts families during COVID-19 crisis and closures
Cape Cod towns selected as first Children’s Trust SAFE Child Community in Massachusetts.
Love works in mysterious ways. If I could go back in time to my younger self, that’s what I would tell her.
Read Jessica's story
No parent wants to think about their child becoming the victim of sexual abuse.
Here are some expert tips.
I had a miserable childhood defined by cruelty and pain. Now, I'm raising a happy girl and life feels substantively different.
Read Mike's story
When Jailene and Jose learned they were pregnant just after graduating high school, they had nowhere to turn. That's when they were introduced to the Healthy Families program.
Watch Jailene and Jose's story
Dr. Robert Sege, member of the Children’s Trust Board of Directors, received the Ray E. Helfer, MD Award for his contribution to the prevention of child abuse and neglect.
Childhood trauma lasts a lifetime. The Children's Trust is breaking the cycle of child abuse.
The day my son was born and the day I became a dad are not the same day in my life.