Rotorua is set to be the first to benefit from the white paper's children's team.
It's to get a children's team featuring a number of experts in the field of children's well being with the aim of stopping child abuse before it gets to a serious stage.
Social Development Minister Paula Bennett chose Rotorua, because she believes the city would benefit a great deal from the team.
In the year to April there were 4683 notifications of concern about children in Rotorua and 529 substantiated cases of abuse.
Paula Bennett says Rotorua is the perfect place to pilot this project, as its citizens are fed up with abuse.