- You Can Help Us Keep Michigan Kids Safe!
The Michigan Child Protection Law requires certain people to report their suspicions of child abuse or neglect to Children's Protective Services.
If you'd like to learn more about your requirements to report suspected child abuse and/or neglect as a mandated reporter, contact your local DHS office for available training.
Call Today: If you suspect abuse or neglect, report it any time day or night by calling 855-444-3911.
Find out if you're required to report and how: Review list of mandated reporters, their rights and what to do if they suspect abuse or neglect.
- Immunity for Reporters of Abuse and Neglect
- Mandated Reporter Training Presentation
- Mandated Reporter Trainers - County Contact List
- Mandated Reporters' Resource Guide - DHS Pub 112
- Potential Indicators of Concern While these indicators may not be considered abuse or neglect, we encourage you to report any suspicions by calling 855-444-3911.
- Potential Indicators of Child Abuse and/or Neglect Physical and behavioral indicators of child abuse and/or neglect that may be used as guidelines for when to make a CPS complaint.
- Mandated Reporter Guides for Physicians, Nurses, Schools, Social Workers, and Clergy Prepared by the Michigan State University Chance at Childhood Program, with assistance from the Michigan Department of Human Services and the MSU College of Human Medicine, Department of Pediatrics.
- Report of Actual or Suspected Child Abuse or Neglect - DHS-3200 Complete this form within 72 hours of calling in a suspicion of abuse or neglect.