Protection begins at a family level usually parents or caregivers are responsible for providing the protection the children need. Statistics show that, in the United States, five children die every day because of child abuse. 80% of these deaths involve children under the age of four years. The national child abuse statistics further report that child abuse occurs at every socioeconomic level. 30 % of these abused children will later abuse their own children. 80% of the abused children suffer from a psychological disorder. The 2009 statistics show a relationship between child abuse and criminal behaviour. 14% of the men in prison suffered from child abuse, and 36% of women in prison suffered child abuse. In the case, of children who suffer from child abuse and neglect 59% may end up in juvenile, 28% are arrested as adults and 30% are likely to commit violent crimes. Other risks that children face due to child abuse are teen pregnancy and the risk of contracting STDs (Childhelp.org, 2009). It is in the view above that advocating against the forms of child abuse are a sensitive and an area that needs great attention. The purpose of advocating against child abuse is to enable the society help the victims of child abuse when the abuse occurs. To be able to reach out to the families, those are victims of child abuse and support them in any way. This advocating allows will also help the society the impact of child abuse to a child in the present and future life.