Small Moments

Small Moments Make Big Differences to Prevent Violence #smallmoments

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Small moments can make a big impact in children's lives. ICADV's Small Moments campaign promotes the importance of establishing safe, stable, and nurturing relationships and environments for children as a way to prevent intimate partner violence.

"Small moments," such as learning a new card game from a neighbor or receiving support from a teacher, can make a big impact in children's lives. The Small Moments campaign offers information for parents, community members, and policymakers on how to use these small moments to promote safe, stable, and nurturing relationships and environments for children.

The website offers posters, brochures, videos, and links to helpful resources for parents and other members of the community.

Access information and materials on the Small Moments website.

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Friday, 3 April 2020
The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence has gathered resources capturing diverse perspectives on this work as it relates to the COVID-19 crisis, in addition to resources that can be utilized by preventionists, educators and caregivers alike to help foster family resilience, justice, and hope.
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