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Child Passenger Safety

For NHTSA

Hey, let me ask you something. Would you seat your 3 year-old child on a windowsill? Would
you seat them beside a lit fireplace or by the deep end of a pool? One last question, would you seat your child in a car seat that�s not correct for them?

Car crashes are a leading killer of children, ages 1-13. Secure their future. Seat them in the
correct car seat. For more information visit safercar.gov/therightseat

A message from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council.

Discovering Nature

For U.S. Forest Service

Looking to keep your kids entertained? Take a trip to your local forest. Find fun activities in your neighborhood parks and green spaces, like boating and biking, or camping and hiking. Best of all, it�s always a short drive � because every neighborhood has a Naturehood.
Visit DiscoverTheForest.org.

Domestic Violence Prevention

For Futures Without Violence

Did you know that the best way to prevent domestic violence is by stopping it before it starts? Talk to the boys in your life before their ideas about relationships with women are shaped and teach them that violence against women is wrong. Find conversation starters and tips for talking to boys about healthy, non-violent relationships at TeachEarly.org.

This message has been brought to you by Futures Without Violence and the Ad Council.

Fatherhood

For U.S. Dep't of Health and Human Services

According to a 2012 survey, 86 percent of dads spend more time with their children today than
their own fathers did with them. However, 7 out of 10 also reported that they could use tips on how to be a better parent. The smallest moments can have the biggest impact on a child�s life. Take time to be a dad today. For more information call 877-4DAD-411 or visit fatherhood.gov.

Brought to you by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Ad Council.

Safe Firearm Storage

For National Crime Prevention Council

If you own a gun, you have a full-time responsibility. When you aren�t using it, be sure it can�t get into the hands of curious children, troubled teenagers, a thief or anyone else who might misuse it.

We�re all counting on you. Remember, always... Lock It Up. For more information, visit
ncpc.org.

This message brought to you by the National Crime Prevention Council, the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the Ad Council.