The Safe Kids Alabama Campaign's mission is to prevent unintentional injury in Alabama children under 19 years of age. The campaign utilizes a multifaceted approach that includes: education, legislation, environmental modification and technologic application. The campaign also relies on epidemiologic data to guide and evaluate intervention strategies. The campaign builds grassroots involvement and catalyzes the corporate and private community to unit against unintentional injury. The campaign serves as the state resource for child passenger safety and other injury prevention activity.
Target Injury types: motor vehicle occupant, pedestrian, falls, poisoning, burns, drowning, choking and recreational sports.
Contact Information: Marie Crew – 205-638-6339
Visit the Safe Kids Worldwide for more information about child safety.
Commitment to Children - a special dedication to the advocacy of children, their safety, support and family.
Commitment to Personal Development - an inner drive for constant learning and improving knowledge and expertise.
Integrity - being honest, sincere, conscientious, dependable.
Teamwork - consistent willingness to work cooperatively and in collaboration with others to further the mission of the campaign.
Innovation - ability to adapt, create and implement new ideas and approaches to solving injury related issues.
SAFE KIDS Alabama State Coalition
Led by: Children's of Alabama
1600 7th Ave. S.
Birmingham, AL 35233
SAFE KIDS Huntsville
Led by: Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children
Coordinator: Ellen Harris
420 Lowell Drive
Huntsville, Alabama 35801
SAFE KIDS Tuscaloosa
Led by: Tuscaloosa Police Department
West Alabama Traffic Safety
Coordinator: Charlene Wilkinson
3801 Mill Creek Avenue
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
SAFE KIDS South Alabama
Led by: USA Children’s and Women’s
Coordinator: Brandi Purvis
1700 Center Street
Mobile, AL 36604