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Alabama

The Exchange Center for Child Abuse Prevention

102 Morgan St, Dothan, AL, 36301

Phone: 334-671-1966
California

Bakersfield Child Abuse Prevention Council

730 Chester Ave, Bakersfield, CA, 93301

Phone: 661-327-4700

Child Abuse Prevention Council of Kern County

315 H St, Bakersfield, CA, 93304

Phone: 661-327-1951
Fax: 843-215-6081

Imperial County Child Abuse Prevention Council

563 Main St, El Centro, CA, 92243

Phone: 760-353-8300

Prevent Child Abuse California

350 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA, 90071

Phone: 213-613-9818

Prevent Child Abuse Riverside County

1945 Chicago Ave, Riverside, CA, 92507

Phone: 951-686-5581

Promises2Kids

9440 Ruffin Court, San Diego, CA, 92123

Phone: 858-278-4400

The Children's Center of Antelope Valley

45111 Fern Ave, Lancaster, CA, 93534

Phone: 661-949-1206
Fax: 661-940-5452
Florida

Jacksonville Children & Family Abuse & Neglect

921 N Davis St, Jacksonville, FL, 32209

Phone: 904-798-4495
Fax: 904-798-4011
Georgia

Emanuel County Child Abuse Prevention Center

328 W Main St, Swainsboro, GA, 30401

Phone: 478-237-3883

Georgia Department of Human Services

520 Fenwick St, Augusta, GA, 30901

Phone: 706-721-3381
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Lakeland Child Abuse Neglect Reports

1334 S Mill St, Lakeland, GA, 31635

Phone: 229-482-8091
Delaware

Prevent Child Abuse Delaware

100 W 10th St, Wilmington, DE, 19801

Phone: 302-425-7490
Fax: 503-661-2901
Michigan

Atlanta Child Support and Social Service Office

11636 Michigan 32, Atlanta, MI, 49709

Phone: 989-785-4218

Flint Consortium On Child Abuse

726 Church St, Flint, MI, 48502

Phone: 810-234-3680
Fax: 314-877-5505

Menominee County Department of Health and Human Services

2612 10th St, Menominee, MI, 49858

Phone: 906-863-9965

Michigan Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse

1125 Old Hickory Ln, East Lansing, MI, 48823

Phone: 800-626-2722
Illinois

Child Abuse Council Quad Cities

525 16th St, Moline, IL, 61265

Phone: 309-764-7017
Fax: 907-845-2254

Gurnee Battered & Abused Women & Children

3838 Grandview Ave, Gurnee, IL, 60031

Phone: 847-244-4931

Prevent Child Abuse Illinois

528 S 5th St, Springfield, IL, 62701

Phone: 217-522-1129
Kentucky

Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky

300 E Main St, Lexington, KY, 40507

Phone: 859-225-8879
Fax: 859-225-8969

Richmond Police Child Abuse

316 W Irvine St, Richmond, KY, 40475

Phone: 859-625-9242
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Louisiana

Shreveport Child Abuse Prevention Services

865 Margaret Pl, Shreveport, LA, 71101

Phone: 318-424-6644
Maine

Kids Free to Grow

62 Prtland Rd, Kennebunk, ME, 2083

Phone: 207-985-5975
New Jersey

Newark Child Abuse

153 Halsey St, Newark, NJ, 3650

Phone: 973-648-4200
Fax: 973-648-7326
New Mexico

New Mexico Child Abuse

2001 Vivigen Way, Santa Fe, NM, 87505

Phone: 505-827-7450
Mississippi

Marshall County Child Abuse Center

673 Martin Luther King Junior Dr, Holly Springs, MS, 38635

Phone: 662-252-6555
Missouri

Boone County Child Abuse & Neglect Hot Line

1500 Vandiver Dr, Columbia, MO, 65202

Phone: 573-751-3448

Independence Child Abuse Prevention Association

503 E 23rd St S, Independence, MO, 64055

Phone: 816-252-8388
Fax: 816-252-1337
New York

Coalition Against Child Abuse & Neglect

229 7th St, Garden City, NY, 11530

Phone: 516-747-2966
Fax: 985-475-7888
Tennessee

Carl Perkins Center For The Prevention Of Child Abuse in Bolivar

149 Tennessee St, Bolivar, TN, 38008

Phone: 731-659-2373
Fax: 561-741-4260

The Family Center

115 Heritage Park Dr, Murfreesboro, TN, 37129

Phone: 615-890-4673
Fax: 314-436-2900
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Oklahoma

Oklahoma City Child Abuse Response and Evaluation Center

1403 Ashton Pl, Oklahoma, OK, 73117

Phone: 405-236-2100
Ohio

Hancock County 24 Hour Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting

222 Broadway St, Findlay, OH, 45840

Phone: 419-424-7022

Ravenna Child Abuse Hotline

449 S Meridian St, Ravenna, OH, 44266

Phone: 330-296-2273
North Carolina

Alamance Child Abuse & Neglect

319 N Graham Hopedale Rd, Burlington, NC, 27217

Phone: 336-229-2908
Fax: 330-761-3242

Prevent Child Abuse Rowan

130 Woodson St, Salisbury, NC, 28144

Phone: 704-639-1700
Wisconsin

Winnebago County Human Services

220 Washington Ave, Oshkosh, WI, 54901

Phone: 920-727-2882
Fax: 915-779-1935
Washington

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

1313 N Atlantic St, Spokane, WA, 99201

Phone: 509-363-3333
Fax: 509-363-4601
Arizona

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona

125 E Goodwin St, Prescott, AZ, 86303

Phone: 928-445-5038
Fax: 817-491-4242
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About Child Abuse Preventions

The Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) administers federal grants, contracts, and state programs designed to promote best practices and innovative approaches to child abuse prevention, intervention and treatment. The OCAP serves as a statewide source of information, developing and disseminating educational material regarding prevention/early intervention programs, activities, and research. 

The Office of Child Abuse Prevention’s (OCAP) mission is to promote health and safety to children and families by reducing child abuse and neglect through the funding of direct services; the training of professionals that work in the child abuse prevention and protection arenas; and conducting activities that educate the public about child maltreatment and enhance the infrastructure that supports prevention efforts.

The federal grants administered by OCAP are the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA); Community Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP); and Promoting Safe and Stable Families (PSSF).
The intent of the Child Abuse Prevention Act is…

•  that a comprehensive approach for the prevention of child abuse and neglect be developed for the state and used as a basis of funding of programs and services;
•  that multidisciplinary and discipline-specific training on child abuse and neglect and domestic violence be available to professionals with responsibilities affecting children, youth, and families; and
•  that the Office of Child Abuse Prevention within State Department of Health establish a comprehensive statewide approach towards the prevention of child abuse and neglect.