Children's Health and Safety Association is a non-profit organization that provides health and safety information through awareness and information programs. Since 1992, we have distributed over one million free ‘Safety Packs’ across Canada and our toll free line has helped hundreds of thousands of parents with their emergent questions and difficult situations.
Canada is very much a multicultural country with over 200 ethnicities and the majority of our subscribers are not only first generation Canadians but new parents as well. Knowing this, we continue to strive for the highest level of children's safety and health information without compromise. We primarily focus on Canadian news but include international issues that we believe would be of interest to our readers. Our website receives over 600,000 hits per month from over 495 cities around the world and we are overjoyed that we continue to reach people on a global platform.
Our website contains over 50 new Health and Safety Documents from Car Seat Safety, Child Abduction Prevention to anything and everything to do with home environments including Emergency Preparedness and Poison Prevention. These documents are updated continually so that our readers have the most current and trustworthy information. To date, over 300,000 copies of our safety documents have been made by our readers!
On September 1, 2012, our first monthly E-Magazine was issued. Since then we have published over 200 articles - dispelling myths; advocating safety, good health and kindness in mirrored measures; and refuting controversial and misguided methods of childcare. We put a tremendous amount of research time into our articles so that our readers receive the latest trends, statistics and more importantly - cautionary news. The analytical and statistical data we include in our articles are creditable because we have long-standing connections with highly respectable associations and organizations – in the field of health and medicine, the U.S. and Canadian judicial system, Canada Transport, the RCMP, and the Government of Canada. Lawyers looking for support data for their current cases and university students working on their essays have taken the time to thank us for the statistics and demographics that we include in our research.
Parental abduction is one of the biggest forms of child abuse around the world: it goes unreported, undetected and is vastly unknown. In the not too distant future, we will be affiliated with an international, network of organizations utilizing biometrics in the prevention of child abduction.
It is our mission to increase our awareness and visibility, and continue to provide as much information to as many parents as possible for the safety and well-being of children everywhere.