You should look into the blue pages of the phone book under Health and Social Services and report the incident and advise them your counselor has done nothing. * Any of the following will assist any minor who is in an abusive situation. National Child Abuse Hotline, 1-800-422-4453, 1-800-252-2873 or National Youth Crisis Services, 1-800-448-4463, National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence, http://www.nccafv.org. ==Another Answer== Don't give up. The school counselor did not do their job as Mandatory Reporters--they should have turned it in to the agency in your state that protects minors. Find another adult that you can trust, at school or family friend, and report it again. Also check out HOTLINES listed above, and child protection agencies in the phonebook. It is difficult to report abuse, but it is UNACCETABLE for an adult not to help you. GOOD LUCK!!
It means hurt in your mind and your body.
Children can be abused mentally, physically, sexually and verbally.
sexually physically mentally emotionally
The same way a girl can be abused by her boyfriend: Physically; Mentally; Emotionally.
Yes, he was abused physically and mentally.
She bullied Rudyard physically and mentally.
It will effect on your future, espesially when you have been physically and mentally abused by your own parents...
Just the same as an adult: physically, mentally, verbally, sexually. Children are indirectly abused when they witness such abuse between other members of the household.
it depends how they are abused. if they were emotionally abused they would probably be mentally unstable. where sexually abused people may be sexual predators them selves. and physically abused might be very unsocial or even violent themselves.
Tell another responsible adult, such as a neighbor or something.
Mistreatment is when your treated wrongly. Being physically or mentally abused, being starved, or even being bullied are forms of mistreatment.
Mentally, emotionally, sexually, verbally, physically, and even legally if the system is used to abuse the child (eg visiting rights)
It depends how you are kicked out and where you have to go, say you are 15 and you get physically or mentally abused, then no you cannot.
Not physically but most certaintly mentally and emotionally because of all of the issues she went through in her life it was a considerable amount of pain. poor marilyn.
I believe the word you're looking for is Domestic Violence. If not, I cant help you, but the definition of Domestic Violence is when a person is abused, mentally, physically, and emotionally, by their spouse/significant other. Most cases, the abused is the woman, however there are cases when the man is abused as opposed to the usual.
The role of the S.P.C.A is to teach the public how to care for their animals properly, help animals that are being abused mentally or physically and rehome those animals into suitable homes.
Not unless she has been found unsuitable as a parent.
His father actually abused him physically, mentally, and verbally. Not only that but around the time Micheal relesed Music and Me (1973) he was facing voice changes.
Yes. You have to have parental consent to be legally emancipated, unless you are being mentally/emotionally abused, physically abused, or their living arrangements are unstable.
who would Of course they don't. Anyone that likes being abused, mentally or otherwise, would be considered somewhat abnormal.
I think Shane Dawson was physically abused as a child.
Many are simply neglected and some are physically abused or used for fighting.