COVID-19 Response & Resources

As the COVID-19 crisis evolves, we remain steadfast in our mission to ensure that child maltreatment prevention is a priority for NC and all communities have the knowledge, support and resources to prevent child abuse and neglect. 

Let’s Make Prevention a Priority.

Advocating for prevention. Building community capacity. Raising awareness. Prevent Child Abuse NC ensures that prevention is a priority in North Carolina and that all communities have the knowledge, skills, and resources to prevent child abuse and neglect at the local level.

Online Trainings

We encourage all NC citizens and professionals can take our free, online trainings: What is Prevention? and Recognizing & Responding to Suspicions of Child Maltreatment. 

Prevention Action Network

An affiliation of agencies and individuals invested in developing strong families, supportive communities and improved outcomes for NC’s children.

Recognizing & Reporting Child Maltreatment

North Carolina law requires all adults to report suspected child maltreatment.

Connections Matter NC

By building supportive, resilient communities, we’re creating strong foundations for healthy brain development. 

Latest News

This April, National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Prevent Child Abuse NC reinforces the role that each person plays in ensuring that children, families and entire... read more
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper proclaims April 2020 Child Abuse Prevention Month. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to act collectively to raise... read more
Prevent Child Abuse NC (PCANC) launched a new public awareness campaign to engage North Carolinians in building caring connections. Every day connections are more important... read more

From The Blog

Posted: May 1, 2020 By: Anne Korfas, Prevent Child Abuse NC Philanthropy Associate Over the years, Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina (PCANC) has been incredibly... read more
Posted: April 14, 2020 By: Kris Demers, Prevent Child Abuse NC Communications Manager Teachers, counselors, health care professionals, mail carriers, grocery store clerks, volunteers, child... read more
Posted: March 17, 2020 By: Sharon Hirsch, Prevent Child Abuse NC President & CEO Friends, We recognize how stressful these uncertain times can be and... read more