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Working Together to Keep Kids Safe

Kaiser Permanente helps physicians provide high-quality care for children and advocate for their safety and well-being.

Up to one in eight children in the United States will have a confirmed case of maltreatment. Determined to give these children a voice and to help physicians make life-saving decisions on their behalf, Kaiser Permanente pediatricians Michelle Evans, MD, and Dorothy Wilborn, MD, created the Child Abuse Services and Prevention (CASP) program. The program empowers physicians with tools to help them identify and prevent child abuse. Watch this short video to learn about CASP and Kaiser Permanente’s commitment to working with other organizations to build safe, healthy communities.

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