National Rehabilitation Day 2023 is on Sunday, September 17, 2023: People in the U.S Would you have the number for the national child abuse?
Sunday, September 17, 2023 is National Rehabilitation Day 2023. 10 Pieces Of Trivia For You In honor of National Rehab
24 Hours a Day
Child Abuse National Hotline
National Youth Crisis Hotline
National Youth Development
National Runaway Switchboard
This hot-line is a referral service for youths in personal crisis.
State Organization Phone
Alabama Dept. of Human Resources 334 242-9500
Alaska 24-hr hotline: 800 478-4444
Arizona Phoenix hotline: 800 541-5781
Arkansas Dept. of Human Services 800 482-5964
California Dept. of Social Services Office of Child Protective Services 916 445-2771
Colorado Denver County: 24 hr. hotline 303 727-3000
Connecticut Reporting 24 hrs: 800 842-2599
Delaware Reporting 24 hrs in-state: 800 292-9582
District of Columbia Report child abuse
Report child neglect 202 576-6762
Florida Abuse Registry 800 962-2873
Georgia Dept. of Human Resources Child Protective and Placement Services Unit: 404 657-3408
Hawaii Dept. of Human Services 24hr hotline: 808 832-5300
Idaho For information and referral to regional office: 208 334-0808
Illinois In-State Parents under stress and Reporting 24 hrs: 800 252-2873
Indiana Reporting: 800 562-2407
Iowa In-state hotline: 800 362-2178
Kansas Reporting 24 hr hotline: 800 922-5330
Kentucky Local Dept. for Social Services or statewide hotline: 800 752-6200
Louisiana 24 hr hotline: 504 925-4571
Maine Reporting 24 hrs: 800 452-1999
Maryland County office of Dept. of Human Resources: Child Protective Services. Click here for Phone Listings
Massachusetts 24 hr hotline: 800 792-5200
Michigan 24 hr. hotline: 800 942-4357
Minnesota County office of Dept. of Social Services. Click here for Phone Listings
Mississippi 24 hr hotline: 800 222-8000
Missouri Reporting: 800 392-3738
Montana 24 hr. hotline: 800 332-6100
Nebraska Reporting 24 hrs: 800 471-5128
Nevada 24 hr. hotline: 800 992-5757
New York Reporting 24 hrs: 800 342-3720
New Mexico 24 hr. hotline: 800 432-2075
New Jersey 24 hr. hotline: 800 792-8610
New Hampshire In-state hotline: 800 894-5533
North Dakota Reporting: County Social Services or: 701 328-4806
North Carolina 24 hr. hotline: 800 662-7030
Ohio Dept. of Human Services Child Protective 614 466-0995
Oklahoma 24 hr. hotline: 800 522-3511
Oregon Dept. of Human Resources Childrens' Services Division 503 945-5651
Pennsylvania 24 hr. hotline in-state: 800 932-0313
Puerto Rico 24 hr. hotline: 800 981-8333
Rhode Island 24 hr. hotline: 800 742-4453
South Carolina Dept. of Social Services Division of Child Protective and Preventive Services 803 734-5670
South Dakota Child Protective Services 605 773-3227
Tennessee Dept. of Human Services Child Protective Services 615 313-4746
Texas 24 hr. hotline: 800 252-5400
Utah 24 hr. hotline: 800 678-9399
Vermont Dept. of Social and Rehabilitation Services 802 241-2131
Virginia 24 hr. in state hotline: 800 552-7096
Washington 24 hr. hotline: 800 562-5624
West Virginia 24 hr. hotline: 800 352-6513
Wisconsin Dept. of Health and Social Services 608 266-3036
Wyoming In-State Reporting: 307 777-7922
Child Abuse: Just One Story
Child Abuse Introduction
Every Day problems that people with disabilities have?
1. An everyday problem that qualified HC Parking PWDs (myself included) face is that some Non-PWDs (PWODs) (Outsiders) ILLEGALLY park in Handicapped Parking Spaces or in Handicapped Parking Access Aisles for various reasons. I have always seen this happen whenever I am out and about!
Would like to see Handicapped Parking Spaces locked gated areas to be implemented throughout USA. Locked gate would require usage of a national secret number code to open the gate and to allow access to Handicapped Parking.
2. An everyday problem that legitimate Disabled PWDs (myself included) face is the there are some Non-PWDs (PWODs) (Outsiders) that pretend that they are Disabled and they scam the SSA and get SSI and / or SSDI under the false pretenses of being Disabled which takes away needed resources from PWDs that are legitimate Disabled.
Would like to see a national federal PWD Registry Agency to be established that would register and certify all PWDs to establish the fact that a person is a legitimate Person With Disabilities (PWD). All national registered PWDs would be given a federal PWD identification card in which the registered PWD would need to show in order to apply for SSI and /or SSD which will help prevent scamming of the SSA.
3. An everyday problem that legitimate Disabled PWDs (myself included) face is the there are PWDs with MILD Disabilities that get SSI and /or SSDI which takes away needed resources from PWDs that are legitimate Disabled. These PWDs should be taken off SSI and / or SSDI and not be allowed to repeatedly keep applying for SSI and / or SSD.
Would like to see the same national federal PWD Registry Agency to be established that would register PWDs with MILD Disabilities. Any PWD with MILD Disabilities that applied for SSI and or SSDI or is receiving SSI and / or SSDI would be put on a list by the SSA and to sent to the national federal PWD Registry agency for action to be taken against the PWD by fining the PWD $100,000 fine and a 1 year federal prison sentence due to the fact that SSI and SSDI is for SEVERE Disabilities only. The national federal PWD Registry agency would automatically take action to take the PWD with MILD Disabilities off of SSI and /or SSDI and send the PWD to State Vocational Rehabilitation for appropriate services to help the PWD to acquire a job after prison sentence is served. The national federal PWD Registry agency would also automatically take action to send the PWD with MILD Disabilities that applied for SSI and /or SSDI to State Vocational Rehabilitation for appropriate services to help the PWD to acquire a job after prison sentence is served.
should the united states have a national health care system?
Absolutely. We cannot afford to be spending 17% of GDP on total health care expenditures without becoming a nation that is unable to compete with other nations that do not have an employer based health care insurance system.
There would be no shortage of medicines. treatments, rehabilitation and med-flights under a national health care system. Instead, sick people would have normalized single physician care, which is the single greatest predictor of superior health care. One doctor (or medical group) who knows you inside and out because he or she treats you on a regular basis. And people who previously were only treated when they were acutely ill and showed up in ERs at a cost to taxpayers of millions of dollars per day nationwide, would be admitted to hospitals for treatment and medical procedures just like you and I would saving some billions of of dollars annually. They would also have regular discounted access to medications, which would also save some billions of dollars.
This would not result in physician shortages, at least not necessarily. It would require more nurse practitioners to assist in the evaluation of patients, but that would free up more physicians for diagnosis and treatment of patients more efficiently and at a lower cost since the office staff would now have a greater proportion of individuals providing direct health care and fewer "supporting" the efforts of primary health care providers.
Lastly, most critics overlook the fact that in this time of communicable disease and epidemics those who do not have access to regular health care become the most likely carriers of communicable diseases and epidemics. As better vaccines and more effective drugs lead to better medical treatments it is imperative that these medicines and treatments reach these potential carriers and cut down the transmission of diseases. That alone will result in enormous savings in terms of costs and health outcomes year after year after year.
There are many excellent reasons to favor a national health care system over employer based health insurance coverage. It will result in better health outcomes more broadly and it will also save billions that would can be saved, invested, spent or used for debt reduction by Americans, in addition to making American businesses more competitive in the global marketplace in which they are forced to compete against foreign businesses that enjoy a significantly lower cost structure.
The critics are wrong. They fear change even though it is quite evident that the free market can never deliver high quality health care to everyone while the cost of that limited coverage will continue to grow beyond the ability of individuals and businesses and state, local and federal governments to afford health insurance coverage that becomes more expensive and less comprehensive every year while our foreign competitors are not similarly inhibited.
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