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Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin
Contact Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin
(920) 967-1001 (fax)
Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin is a program of Children's Wisconsin
Imagine a state and nation without child abuse. It can happen! At Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin, we work with concerned citizens across Wisconsin to help bring us closer to this goal. Read more about us and the work we do on behalf of Wisconsin's children.
Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin builds community resources, provides training and public awareness, and carries out advocacy activities in order to strengthen child abuse prevention efforts in Wisconsin.
The Greg and Mary Ann Renz Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
The 2021 virtual Together for Children Conference will take place on April 15, 20, 21 and 22. There will be three keynote presentations, including "Let's Talk about Race and Corporal Punishment" by Stacey Patton, PhD; and "Navigating Overwhelm" by Laura van Dernoot Lipsky. Twenty breakout sessions will also be offered.
Registration fee is $75.00 for the entire conference.
For more conference details and the link to register, view the conference brochure.
Questions? - email email@example.com or call 920-969-7925.
Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month
April is Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention month.
Every child deserves to grow up in a safe, stable and nurturing environment. Each year the Wisconsin Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board, Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin, a program of Children's Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families create a CAP Month toolkit. The toolkit provides ideas, activities, and resources to encourage community-based efforts in April and throughout the entire year. Prevention is about making sure our communities know and show that all children deserve great childhoods.
Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin is a chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America
Prevent Child Abuse America leads the way in building awareness, providing education, and inspiring hope to everyone involved in the effort to prevent the abuse and neglect of our nation's children.