Prevention, Education & Training

 

The Amador Child Abuse Prevention Council (ACAPC) provides free workshops and trainings in our community in order to bring awareness to and to prevent child abuse and neglect.

 

We believe that every child deserves to live a healthy and safe life free from violence.

                                             

The goals of the Council are to help community members become knowledgeable about what is child abuse, how to recognize it, how to report it, and what resources are available in our county to support families and children.  

 

Child abuse and neglect are preventable when all community members - including parents, families, care providers, neighbors, school staff, and governmental agencies - work together.

Mini-Grant Funding Available

We are pleased to announce that CAPC has funding available for Family Strengthening mini-grant proposals for the 2019-20 fiscal year. One-time mini-grants will be awarded up to $2,000. For all the details and an application click on the links below.

The misuse of opioids affects millions

of Americans.

 

Due to this negative impact of prescription drug abuse and illicit

drug use, the Sierra-Sacramento Region CAPC's has created an 

Opioid Resource Toolkit.

You will find helpful articles and materials that you and/or your agency can use to educate about the opioid epidemic and the resources available to assist communities and parents. 

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It’s our job as adults to keep kids safe.

To report suspected child abuse or neglect in Amador County call toll free (844) 835-3685 or (209) 223-6550.

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To report suspected child abuse or neglect in Amador County call toll free (844) 835-3685 or (209) 223-6550.

Mailing Address: PO Box 815, Jackson, CA 95642

Physical Location: 975 Broadway, Jackson, CA 95642

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