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Parenting is often stressful, but every season is a new opportunity to ensure communities have the resources to support families, so children have positive relationships and experiences that last a lifetime. Double your impact and have your gift matched until June 30!

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

MORRISVILLE, N.C. (May 24, 2022) — Prevent Child Abuse NC Partnership Engagement Manager Selected as 2022 BetterNC Fellow. McElvine joins a cohort of six BetterNC... read more
MORRISVILLE, N.C. (May 24 2022) — Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina has received a $795,000 grant from The Duke Endowment to fund child and family... read more
April 1, 2022 RALEIGH — Recognizing the importance of caring connections, supportive environments and positive experiences for all children and families, Governor Roy Cooper declared... read more

From The Blog

By: Kris Demers, Prevent Child Abuse NC Communications Manager All children need safe, stable, nurturing environments and relationships to thrive. Science tells us that positive... read more
By: Elizabeth Fowler, Prevent Child Abuse NC Communications Associate  Recognizing the signs of child maltreatment, knowing how to report suspicions of abuse or neglect, and understanding... read more
By: Sharon Hirsch, Prevent Child Abuse NC President & CEO August 15, 2007 feels like a lifetime ago, but it’s the first day Ginny Liverance... read more

Before you go, please consider giving the gift of safe childhoods. 


 All children deserve to grow up in safe and nurturing environments.

 TOGETHER, we CAN Prevent Child Abuse, NC!