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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to recognize that we each play a part in promoting the social and emotional well-being of children and families in our communities. You can help protect children from abuse and/or neglect by following these steps:

  1. EDUCATE yourself and others on how to prevent child abuse and neglect in our community. Adults must know the signs, symptoms and causal factors of child maltreatment in order to effectively protect children. FCCAP provides trainings that will expand your knowledge on child abuse prevention. To view descriptions of trainings click here or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.
  2. ADVOCATE for children by reporting suspected abuse/neglect and encourage others to do the same. In order to stop the abuse, we must stop the silence by talking to one another and to community leaders about supporting programs that educate adults and provide the protective factors and resources that are needed for children to grow in a safe and healthy environment. Simply wearing a blue ribbon during April – Child Abuse Prevention Month- is an effort to bring awareness to the need of improving community efforts to protect children.
  3. DONATE to child abuse prevention programs that are evidence based and focus on community collaborations to prevent abuse before it. For every $10 invested in prevention, $1,000 is saved in intervention, treatment and human suffering!


All adults are responsible for creating safe communities where sexual abuse is stopped before a child is ever harmed. Join the growing number of adults who are standing up and speaking out about child sexual abuse. Starting the discussion is the first step to making children less vulnerable to sexual abuse. Learn more
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Download our brochure with descriptions of all the trainings FCCAP offers.

If you would like a child abuse training at your location, please contact FCCAP at 559-268-1118 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or you may click on the training request form link below, complete and email to the above address or fax to 559-268-1119

The Mandated Reporter Program is funded by the Children's Trust Fund and The Fansler Foundation. Thank you!


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