Community Child Abuse Prevention Plans
Building Community Child Abuse Prevention Plans
The Resilience screenings help mobilize communities to take action. Prevent Child Abuse NC offers support to interested community members who want to come together to build Community Child Abuse Prevention Plans (CCAPP).
The CCAPPs are based on the Strengthening Families Protective Factors Framework and are built by community members across all sectors.
The stated mission of the plans is to educate, empower, and support communities to implement effective child abuse and neglect prevention strategies so every child grows up in a safe, stable, nurturing environment
PCANC is currently funded to support the building of plans through facilitation, resources and training. Have you already seen Resilience and want to learn more about building a CCAPP in your community? Contact Melea Rose-Waters at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the first steps you can take toward building a safer community for all families.
Cumberland County developed and released the first CCAPP plan. The Cumberland County CCAPP was released in November 2017 and was voted unanimously for the resolution to support by the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners. Take a look at Cumberland County’s Community Child Abuse Prevention Plan.
We are currently building plans in partnership with Transylvania, Onslow and Wake Counties.
Our Theory of Change: Together we can prevent child abuse and neglect
- Educate the community about ACEs and how to build Protective Factors and connections.
- Increase public and professional confidence in recognizing and tackling child abuse and neglect.
- Campaign for better programs, practices and policies grounded in the Protective Factors for children and families to thrive in their communities.
- Implement programs to scale and support the implementation of best practices, programs and policies to ensure sustainable impact in preventing CAN.
- Innovate to develop and evaluate replicable prevention solutions.
- Build partnerships and collaborate with communities and families, governments and systems, the faith community, and the private sector to share knowledge, build capacity, and influence others.
- Build local partnerships that can drive prevention activities and services that are both innovative and based on the best available evidence.
- Create sustainable change at a systems level.