Countywide Reading of the National Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Month Proclamation

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?fbclid=IwAR0LQxHw8xm7fV1BDdDyUa1KSj5WA-JbO3-LQSGgUuPeDTg28nKRjLSW2Qs&v=R-XDS6ZQBbY&feature=youtu.behttp://https://www.facebook.com/TulareCountyCAPC/posts/4148915305139190National Child Abuse Prevention Month is an opportunity to share the importance of individuals and communities working together to keep families safe and healthy. Everyone has a role to play in making sure that our community is a great place for children and families to thrive. There are simple steps we can take every day…

Resiliency (Why Families Are Important )

Family resilience can be defined as the ability of a family to respond positively to an adverse situation and emerge from the situation feeling strengthened, more resourceful, and more confident than its prior state. This training discusses the understanding of brain development over time and the whole idea of how much is genetic and how…

FAITH TIPS TUESDAY!

CarePortal is an online tool that connects the real-time, vetted needs of children and families in crisis, with the local Church who can help meet those needs and offer a meaningful connection. Requests for items such as a bed, furniture, car seats, clothing, and rent support are made by trained child welfare professionals. CarePortal alerts…

FAITH TIPS TUESDAY!

Don't forget to join this important event SPONSORED BY THE TULARE COALITION AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING (TCAHT)

PARTNER WEDNESDAY!

We are partnering with the  City of Visalia and The Tulare County League of Mexican American Women for this year's DIA DE LOS NINOS! Sign up you're family for this great event!

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Training

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Experiences in childhood matter. Numerous research studies have shown how childhood stress and trauma can impact adult health. The Ace Study is the largest study investigating the health and social effects of negative childhood experiences. Now that we have the research, what can we do about it? The cycle of violence,…

PINWHEEL THURSDAY!

PINWHEELS are the national symbol for child abuse and neglect prevention. The pinwheel represents our hope that every child will be raised in a healthy, safe and nurturing environment. It is also a call to action, encouraging people everywhere to recognize that children are our future and that we all have a role to play…

PREVENTION FRIDAY!

 Join us for this free presentation on Friday at noon!  Topic: Child Abuse Prevention Time: Apr 9, 2021 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88271181649?pwd=ejZjbmc4aWhwZmlVVTg4NlM0UWlJUT09 Meeting ID: 882 7118 1649 Passcode: 021328

Mandated Reporter Training

Mandated Reporters are any person working in the following categories: School Personnel, Child Care Providers, Medical Professionals, Mental & Social Health, Law Enforcement, Clergy, and Volunteers who serve these organizations. This free training is given to ensure participants are knowledgeable on how the law defines child abuse and neglect, the importance of recognizing both physical…

A Different World for Children (The effects of a pandemic on development)

A Different World for Children (The effects of a pandemic on development) While the coronavirus pandemic has changed many things around the world, it has not stopped child development. Discussions on how to support healthy child development during a pandemic, how the pandemic is affecting young children, and the importance of caring for caregivers. It’s…