Social Media to Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect

CTF Network on Facebook:

Facebook is a free-access social networking website where users can join networks organized by city, workplace, school, and region to connect and interact with other people. The Children's Trust Fund is using Facebook to help keep you informed of news and events. If you would like to stay connected with the Children's Trust Fund on Facebook, register at Facebook and visit the CTF Network Facebook Pages below.

Facebook Michigan Children's Trust Fund 
Facebook Arbor Circle (Direct Services Grant) 
Facebook CAN Council of Great Lakes Bay Region (Saginaw/Bay Counties) 
Facebook Carehouse-Macomb County Child Advocacy Center 
Facebook Carehouse of Oakland County 
Facebook Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County(Direct Services Grant)
Facebook Child Advocacy Center of Lapeer County 
Facebook Child Advocacy of Gratiot County 
Facebook Child and Family Charities (Ingham County) 
Facebook Child & Family Services of Northeast Michigan (Alcona County) 
Facebook Child's Hope (Wayne-Out County)  
Facebook Council for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Jackson County)
Facebook Family Futures (Kent County)  
Facebook LACASA (Livingston County) 
Facebook Mackinac County Child Protection Roundtable   
Facebook Otsego County Child Welfare Alliance
Facebook Pathways, MI (Ottawa County) 
Facebook Safe and Sound Child Advocacy Center (Midland County) 
Facebook Safe Harbor Children's Advocacy Center (Allegan County) 
Facebook Traverse Bay Children's Advocacy Center(Grand Traverse/Kalkaska/Leelanau Counties) 
Facebook Washtenaw Area Council for Children 
Facebook Weiss Advocacy Center (Genesee County) 
Facebook Michigan's Children
Facebook Prevent Child Abuse America 

CTF Network on Twitter: 

Twitter is a free social networking service that allows its users to send and read each others' updates, known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts that are displayed on the author's profile page as well as the follower's page - who have subscribed to them. Senders can restrict delivery to those in their circle of friends or, by default, allow open access. Users can send and receive tweets via the Twitter website, a mobile device or external applications. The Children's Trust Fund is using Twitter to help keep you informed about happenings to prevent child abuse and neglect in Michigan. If you would like to receive our Tweets, sign up at Twitter and follow some of the CTF Network Twitter feeds below.

Twitter @CTF_Michigan Children's Trust Fund
Twitter @Cafe_Family Child and Family Enrichment Council (Isabella County)
Twitter @CalhounCAN Calhoun CAN Council (Calhoun County)
Twitter @cancouncil CAN Council of Great Lakes Bay Region (Saginaw/Bay Counties)
Twitter @care_house Care House-Macomb County
Twitter @CFCharity Child and Family Charities (Ingham County)
Twitter @FSCAJacksonMI Family Service & Children's Aid (Direct Services Grant)
Twitter @ChildsHope Child's Hope (Wayne-Out County)
Twitter @Washtenwchildrn Washtenaw Area Council for Children (Washtenaw County)
Twitter @cpcan_jackson Council for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect of Jackson County (Jackson County)
Twitter @Kalamazoo_CAN Kalamazoo Child Abuse and Neglect Council

Twitter @FamilyFutures Family Futures (Kent County)

Twitter @GeneseeISD Genesee ISD (Direct Services Grant)
Twitter @LACASA LACASA (Livingston County)
Twitter @PathwaysMI Pathways, MI (Ottawa County)
Twitter @MichChildren Michigan's Children
Twitter @PCAAmerica Prevent Child Abuse America

CTF Network on YouTube:

YouTube is a video sharing website where users can upload and share videos. If you would like to view the videos that the Children's Trust Fund Network has on YouTube please visit one of our YouTube pages listed below. 

YouTube Michigan Children's Trust Fund 
YouTube CAN Council of Great Lakes Bay Region (Saginaw/Bay Counties) 
YouTube CARE House of Oakland County 

YouTube Pathways, MI 
YouTube Prevent Child Abuse America