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Toll Free: (866) 746-8900
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Kids, more often than adults, are hurt by other people.

They may be bullied, hit, called names, live in a home where one parent hurts another, be sexually abused, or just scared to be around people or places.


Learn more about the different types of violence that affect children and youth.

Youth affected by violence may feel sad, angry, or may pretend it didn’t happen. They may not be bothered much by the violence that happened or may be very upset.

Because youth or someone they know has been hurt, they may:

  1. Have trouble with schoolwork
  2. Have trouble making friends
  3. Smoke or use drugs
  4. Get in trouble a lot
  5. Have stomachaches, headaches, or other physical problems

Learn more about violence and how it can be affecting young people.