Hello Amador Families, our CAPC office will be closed until further notice. We will reopen it again when it is safe to do so.
However, we are continually checking voicemails, emails, and messages on Facebook. If you need resources or help in any way, please reach out to us. Stay safe during these very challenging times.
(209) 223-5921 /
For the latest updates on COVID-19 please visit these sites:
State of California: www.covid19.ca.gov
Amador Public Health: https://www.amadorgov.org/services/public-health
This past year has been a source of unexpected stress and anxiety for so many, However RESILIENCE can help us get through and overcome the challenges we’ve been facing due to the pandemic, as well as other adversities we’ve experienced in life.
But RESILIENCE is not something we’re born with - it’s built over time and is unique for each of us - that’s why we all respond to stressors differently.
So how best to cope and practice RESILIENCE during these uncertain times? We asked people from around Amador County to share how they’ve been coping, and we hope these examples and stories of RESILIENCE will inspire you!
Visit our resilience page to learn more.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month,
a time for communities to come together to build caring connections, supportive environments, and positive experiences for all children.
All adults play a role in building the safe, stable, nurturing homes and environments needed for the healthy development of our future generation of parents, leaders, and community member.
And don't forget to get out your pinwheels, they're the
national symbol for happy and healthy childhoods that all children deserve.
You can join us all month long in the
Wear Blue Day - Friday, April 2
Visit our Facebook page to see the video of the raising of the Children's Flag
Visit all 5 of our Pinwheel Gardens
Learn what it means to be Resilient
Find out more about Resilient Amador
Read inspiring Resilience Stories from Amador County community members
Share YOUR Resilience Story on our Facebook page
Print out our Calendar to have as a reminder (at left)
To report suspected child abuse or neglect in Amador County call toll free (844) 835-3685 or (209) 223-6550.
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.