Prevent Child Abuse California, an affiliate of Prevent Child Abuse America, coordinates the good work of all the state's child abuse prevention agencies and organizations, and takes the lead at the State Capitol, where it lobbies for child abuse prevention legislation. Prevent Child Abuse California also provides home visitation, parenting education and other child abuse prevention services directly to children and families throughout the state.
California Family Resource Center (CFRA) is a program of Prevent Child Abuse California. CFRA is a statewide membership association of organizations and individuals working together to build vibrant communities that put children and families first. Founded in 2005, CFRA advocates for polices, programs and resources that help families and communities to thrive and succeed. CFRA also works to build the capacity of its member organizations and creates networks that link people and resources. CFRA’s policy focus is the areas of child welfare, mental health, economic success and school readiness.
Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento has led the way in child protection efforts, pioneering successful child abuse prevention programs that have become models for other groups throughout California and the nation. Its many innovative programs include the Child Death Review Team, CAPC Corps, Family Support Collaborative and Birth & Beyond Family Resource Centers.
The Birth & Beyond Family Resource Centers offer a wide range of free services to families with children ages zero (expectant mothers welcome) through 5 years old in Sacramento County. Services at Birth & Beyond include: Nurturing Parenting Home Visitation, Crisis Intervention, School Readiness, Community Referrals and Parenting Workshops. Click below for Birth & Beyond locations and programs, a Birth & Beyond referral form and a referral form to Child Protective Services for Sacramento County.
|Lift the Children works internationally to protect vulnerable children and families. Its global partnerships create, revitalize and strengthen community-based services for children of all ages, from infants who have been abandoned and abused to older youth exiting orphanages and foster care. Shared expertise with its CAP Center colleagues allows Lift the Children to adapt and replicate successful local program models on the international stage, keeping families together and children safe and out of institutions.|
|Safe Kids California (SKC), as a member of Safe Kids Worldwide, is part of a global network of organizations dedicated to preventing accidental childhood injury - the number one cause of death among children ages 14 and under. Proudly led by the Child Abuse Prevention Center, SKC is one of 300 grassroots coalitions across the United States that bring together health and safety experts, police, firefighters, paramedics, doctors, nurses, teachers, business owners, lawmakers, foundations, corporations, and community volunteers to protect children and families. Although there is no single device or solution to effectively prevent all types of accidental childhood deaths injuries, we know that up to 90% of accidental injuries can be prevented by educating adults and children, creating safe environments, conducting research, and advocating for effective laws. Since 1988, the efforts of Safe Kids coalitions nationwide have helped reduce fatal accidental injuries by 45%. For national information please go to http://www.safekids.org.|