Childhood Safety

Kohl’s Buckle up to Grow Up program was developed from our existing child passenger safety program to provide education for parents on the selection and proper use for child restraint systems.

Kohl’s One Size Does Not Fit All targets both parents and kids, and emphasizes the importance of using safety equipment to avoid head injuries and water related injuries. Funding from this program provides safety helmets and life jacket for low income families.

Read more on trauma prevention and injury »


Project ADAM Sacramento

Project ADAM Sacramento is committed to making automated external defibrillators (AEDs) universally available to all children and adolescents, as well as working toward eradicating sudden cardiac death in children through research, education and prevention initiatives.

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Poison Control Center

The Northern California Poison Control Center at UC Davis provides parents with a 24-hour hotline for emergency information about potential poisoning. Specially trained pharmacists, registered nurses and physicians certified in medical toxicology are available to respond to questions about poison ingestion; irritation from toxic substances; animal, insect, snake or spider bites, and attempted suicides or drug overdoses.

Pharmacists, physicians, nurses, and poison information providers answer the calls to 800-222-1222, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Language interpreters are always available.

Read more at the California Poison Control Center website »