Injuries are preventable, yet more than 80 children die each year in Saskatchewan due to unintentional injury. Injury results in large monetary costs for the province, but the physical and emotional costs for the individual and family are immeasurable. The Prevention Institute recognizes child injury in Saskatchewan as a priority health issue. The goal of the Child Injury Prevention Program is to raise awareness of injury risks and best practices to reduce the number of injury-related deaths and decrease the risk of life-altering injury. The program is funded by the Acquired Brain Injury Partnership Project, Saskatchewan Ministry of Health, and Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI).