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  • New Hampshire Joins National Campaign to Prevent Infant Abuse

    Public is invited to make purple colored baby caps to help educate parents and caregivers about normal infant crying and the dangers of shaking an infant

  • Over 50 things to do this Summer vacation!

    Summer is finally here, and boy have we felt the heat! 
     
    Nothing helps strengthen families like opportunities to learn and play together, so we thought we'd share some popular events, camps, destinations and resources from around the Granite State.
    Thank you to Parenting NH Magazine and Visit NH for their wonderful resources.
  • Are NH children safe?

    Every baby book should be filled with celebration and joy.  From sleeping to cooing to sitting to crawling to walking to talking to playing with friends- together we can ensure that all of our infants and toddlers are nurtured and loved throughout all  these cherished developmental milestones.  

  • Flash mob, parent stories help eliminate child abuse

    CONCORD - The voices of children and families reverberated around the state house Thursday.  NH Children's Trust participated in the Children's Mental Health Rally on the NH State House Plaza.  About 100 people, including Governor Hassan, attended this event sponsored by the Children's Behavioral Health Collaborative.  

  • Prevent Child Abuse America teams up with Miss America tomorrow!

    April 16, 2013 (New York, NY) - Prevent Child Abuse America will turn the "Big Apple" into the "Big Pinwheel" today with a display of more than 5,000 pinwheels - the new national symbol for child abuse prevention - in Times Square to call people to action in support of healthy child development and to mark Child Abuse Prevention Month. 

  • Over 25 Things to do this April Vacation

    Spring is in the air (finally!) and now it's time to get outside, get moving and brush the winter woes off our chests.
    Whether you're fretting entertaining your kids (and their buddies) for a full week of school hiatus or looking forward to filling every waking minute, we've gathered a list of things to do this April vacation! Thank you to Parenting NH Magazine and Visit NH for their wonderful resources.
  • We've been busy!!

    If you see us panting, chances are we're fine. NHCT staff has barely sat still the first quarter of this year, and we love every minute of it!
  • April is Child Abuse Prevention Month!

    Sometimes, life gets in the way of being a "perfect" parent. Your friends post the happiest photos on social media, your in-laws tell you about their new organic diet, and all you want is to send kids to school without food on their face and with shoes on the right feet.vMost parents don't intend to hurt their children, but often stress takes control. This month is dedicated to providing families, educators, resource centers, home visitors, medical professionals, faith groups and the general public information on where to go and what to do when life gets slippery. 
  • NH Children's Trust Welcomes New Board Member and Staff

    The New Hampshire Children's Trust welcomes board member Dr. Thomas Barton of Portsmouth and staff member Janine Mitchell of Dover to our team.

  • Governor Maggie Hassan to Honor New Hampshire Parents

    CONCORD - Governor Maggie Hassan will honor 28 parents from across the Granite State as part of N.H.'s Parent Recognition Month in February.

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