2006 Ohio Revised Code - 3109.13. Definitions.
(A) "Child abuse and child neglect prevention programs" means programs that use primary and secondary prevention strategies that are conducted at the local level and activities and projects of statewide significance designed to strengthen families and prevent child abuse and child neglect.
(B) "Primary prevention strategies" are activities and services provided to the public designed to prevent or reduce the prevalence of child abuse and child neglect before signs of abuse or neglect can be observed.
(C) "Secondary prevention strategies" are activities and services that are provided to a specific population identified as having risk factors for child abuse and child neglect and are designed to intervene at the earliest warning signs of child abuse or child neglect, or whenever a child can be identified as being at risk of abuse or neglect.
HISTORY: 140 v H 319 (Eff 12-26-84); 148 v H 283 (Eff 1-1-2001); 149 v S 121 (Eff 3-19-2003); 149 v H 248. Eff 4-7-2003.
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