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Newsletter Inserts

Aggregate Data Sheet – 2016

Insert – 2nd Quarter – 2016 

SAMPLE – Schuylkill Medical Center Voluntary Commitment Statement

Governor's Office Proclamation: Brain Injury Awareness Month – March 2015


24-hour toll-free to report suspected child abuse and neglect.

National Child Abuse Hotline
24-hour crisis hotline offering support, information, literature, and referrals. The hotline counselors work with translators who speak 140 languages to help people who call and speak something other than English. All calls are anonymous. (The hotline counselors don't know who you are and you don't have to tell them.)

  • 1-800-422-4453 (1-800-4-A-Child) 
  • 1-800-222-4453 TDD (1-800-2-A-Child)

Special Kids Network
Information about services for children with special health care needs.

Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance
Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance protects children by teaching citizens to recognize and report child abuse and neglect by providing information, educational materials, and programs that promote positive parenting.

Prevent Child Abuse Pennsylvania
Prevent Child Abuse Pennsylvania was established to support and lead the state in raising public awareness and prevention of child abuse, promote public policy and advocacy of child abuse prevention, and utilize evidence-based prevention programs for children, caregivers and parents.

The Arc of PA
The Arc of PA, founded in 1949 by the parents of individuals with mental retardation, continues to work toward Service, Advocacy, Quality and Leadership for persons with mental retardation.

Vendor Information

Hospital SBS Parent Commitment Statements:

(1,100 forms/case, 100 forms per package)
Steve Brown
North Delaware Printing
645 Delaware Street
Tonawanda, NY 14150
Phone: 716-692-0576  
Fax: 716-692-3638


Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics Crying Cards:

  • Welcome to the World of Parenting/Baby Crying Again?

Parent Help Cards:

  • I'm a really good parent but sometimes…

(100 forms/package)
Teresa S. Olsen, Med, Director
Child Abuse Education Program
Rose Tree Corporate Center II
1400 North Providence Road, Suite 3007
Media, PA 19063-2043
Phone: 484-446-3033
Fax: 484-446-3255


SBS Staff Posters and Nurse Education Cards:

Pennsylvania Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention and Awareness Program
Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
500 University Dr.
P.O. Box 850
Mail Code G130
Hershey, Pa 17033
Phone 717-531-7498
Fax 717-531-0177