Canadian Red Cross

Be Safe - A personal safety program for children ages 5 -9 with a focus on child abuse prevention.

Respect Education - A variety of workshops that cover Violence, Bullying and Abuse Prevention.
Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse

Who do I tell? - An educational program that offers the facts about child sexual abuse and empowers communities to speak openly about this issue.
Canadian Centre for Child Abuse Protection

Teatree Tells - A child abuse prevention kit designed fro children 4 - 6 years of age. Topics include identifying a safe adult, feelings, naming body parts, establishing personal boundaries, etc.

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When Your Baby Can't Stop Crying Resources

The following resources have been a collaborative effort of the Alberta Network for Safe and Healthy Children. 

Here are some resources that you can download and print. More resources may be available through your local public health office or other local organization. The When your BABY can’t stop CRYING brochure helps you to:

  • better understand infant crying
  • learn strategies on how to deal with stressful crying situations.

All campaign resources and images on this web site may be printed and used for educational purposes in health, child and family services, enforcement and other not-for-profit settings in Alberta. All other reproductions, in whole or in part, require written permission from the Alberta Network for Safe and Healthy Children info@safechildren.ca. The above documents are in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view. For a free download of Adobe Acrobat Reader, click here.

When your BABY can't stop CRYING brochure

When your BABY can’t stop CRYING plain language brochure

When your BABY can't stop CRYING plain Translated brochures (Black & White)

When your BABY can't stop CRYING plain Translated brochures (Colour)

The Crying Plan gives ideas on how to soothe a crying baby and how to calm yourself when the crying is too much. Filling out a copy helps you plan ahead for how you and other caregivers can cope with infant crying. A blank Crying Plan is also included.