Pediatric Protection Specialists Locations

Norton Children’s Pediatric Protection Specialists, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, provides specialized services to assess and treat possible child abuse and neglect. Our child protection team provides formal consultations and medical expertise on the diagnosis, documentation and follow up of suspected cases of child maltreatment. We provide assessments in Louisville and Southern Indiana, as well as for all 120 counties in Kentucky.

Norton Children’s Pediatric Protection Specialists Locations

Norton Children’s Hospital
234 E. Gray St., Suite 334
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 629-6000

Family & Children’s Place
1000 S. Fifth St.
Louisville, KY 40203
(502) 893-3900, ext. 1

Indiana Child Advocacy Center
136 E. Cottom Ave.
New Albany, IN 47150
(502) 893-3900

Child Protection

Is It Abuse?

Even if you’re not sure, you are required by law to report suspected abuse or neglect. Anonymous calls are accepted.

Kentucky: Call (877) KYSAFE1 (1-877-597-2331)

Indiana: (800) 800-5556

If a child is in immediate danger, call 911.

Norton Children’s Pediatric Protection Specialists

Child Protection Team

Team members are available 24 /7

(502) 629-6000

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