Keep Your Kids Safe: Radio PSA Text

Keep Your Kids Safe: Radio PSA Text 

Announcer: Every time we hear about kids being hurt by violence, our hearts break. And, it scares us: What will happen to my children?

As our kids get to be teenagers, they're more and more on their own.

But as parents, we still need to do what we can to keep them safe.

Ever notice how kids who are involved in their community are less likely to get in trouble?

So find ways to get your kids involved.

  • Like at a teen or community center.
  • In summer and after-school programs….
  • With a church or youth group…
  • With a sports team, band, drama group.
  • Or help them find a job. Or somewhere they can volunteer.

Find some way to get them involved. Because kids who stay involved in their community have better things to do than fight.

For more ideas, talk to your doctor, or visit massmed.org, and click "Your Health First."

This public health message is brought to you by the physicians of the Massachusetts Medical Society.

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