Safety and prevention center
Make safe choices for your family.
Being a parent is tough. We want you to know that you are not alone. We've compiled tips, resources and practical advice on a variety of safety and prevention topics designed to help you raise a safe and healthy family.
Cars can pose a lot of danger to children if we’re not careful. Read more about what those are and how to keep your children safe.
Drowning is a quick and silent killer. Make sure you have the proper layers of protection to keep your children safe.
Follow these steps to make sure your baby is sleeping safely.
Children have a habit of getting into everything, especially the things they are not supposed to. Help protect your child from accidental poisoning with these safety tips.
Immunizations are the safest, easiest ways to protect your kids from unnecessary and sometimes fatal, childhood diseases. Learn why it’s wise to immunize.
Child maltreatment can be an uncomfortable topic to discuss but you need to be aware of the potential signs and ways to prevent abuse before it happens.
The national human trafficking hotline receives more calls from Texas than any other state and much of the trafficking happens right here in our community. Learn more about this issue.
Wearing a helmet is the safest way to prevent your child from injury. Learn about other ways to protect them while riding their bikes.
It’s a mobile world and our children are more connected than ever. But who are they connected to and how do we keep them safe? Let us give you some tips.
Heavy furniture and appliances can create unnecessary risks for children. Follow these steps to protect your children.
A child’s oral health is directly related to their overall health. Learn how to keep their mouth healthy.
Nothing says Happy Holidays like a trip to the Emergency Room. Learn how to make sure your holidays are drama free, or at least free from injuries.
Safe Kids Tarrant County
Celebrating 20 years of safety! Safe Kids Tarrant County (SKTC) is a local coalition led by Cook Children's Community Health Outreach department and is a nationally recognized community partnership. SKTC is dedicated to preventing unintentional childhood injury which is the number one killer of children ages 14 and under.
Formed in 1992, with Cook Children's as its lead organization, Safe Kids Tarrant County is part of Safe Kids Worldwide, the first and only national nonprofit organization dedicated solely to the prevention of accidental injuries to children.
Current focus areas:
Based on local/regional data, community needs assessments and SKTC's ability to make a positive impact, current focus areas are: