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The National Exchange Club develops and implements programs which seek to eliminate child abuse and strengthen families. These programs include more than 100 Exchange Club Centers for the Prevention of Child Abuse, Shaken Baby Syndrome Awareness, Time Out Teddy, Blue Ribbon Campaign, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness, Kidcode and CARS (Children Are Really Special).

To learn more about Child Abuse Prevention, please visit our National Exchange Website.

Information may also be viewed on the Save Abandonded Babies Foundation website. The goal is to prevent the illegal abandonment of newborns by raising awareness of the safe, legal options available under the Abandoned Newborn Infant Protection Act.

Below are resources Exchange Clubs may use to promote community awareness of the Safe Haven Law

  1. Protect the Unprotected PowerPoint - Mattoon Xch
  2. PDF of Outline and Resources -Mattoon Xch
  3. Police Department Training - SAB
  4. Fire Department Training - SAB
  5. Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS)
  6. National Safe Haven Alliance (NSHA) - metal signs for IL
  7. Other resources on SAB website

Please subscribe to the Save Abandonded Babies Foundation newsletter to stay updated.


Save Abandoned Babies Foundation • 55 E. Erie Street #2905 • Chicago, IL 60611 
Tel: 312-440-0229
Fax: 312-440-0805


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