Child Safety Page
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides a variety of child injury prevention topics, including burn prevention, drowning prevention, and playground safety.
Texas Department of Transportation provides instructions to make sure your child is in a properly installed and correct size car seat.
Natural and man-made disasters can happen anytime and anywhere. Learn more about the steps you can take to be prepared.
Are you or is someone you know a victim of family violence? Find help and emergency shelter through the Family Violence Prevention Program.
Safely storing firearms is the duty of every gun owner. Visit this resource for tips on safe gun storage.
Visit this resource for tips on preventing lead exposure. Lead exposure in children primarily comes from inside the home, especially if they live in an older home.
Consumer Product Safety Commission provides recall information for consumer products, including products for children.
If you suspect a child is being abused, don't wait; contact the Texas Abuse Hotline today.
Create a safe sleep area for babies by following the ABCs of Safe Sleep.
Texas Poison Center Network provides poison prevention information, FAQs, and a hotline for immediate help.