Hill hosts Prevent Child Abuse Utah

April 14, 2016

By SARAH STOLL

Hilltop Times correspondent

According to 2015 statistics, four children die from abuse each day in the U.S., the Hill AFB audience at last week’s Prevent Child Abuse Utah event learned.  

The base Family Advocacy Program invited Prevent Child Abuse Utah to present information on April 8 about abuse and child safety. 



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