What Can You Do?

  • Reach out for help if you need it. See Support for local services for families and children
  • Reach out to help someone else.
  • Report suspected abuse. Put 1-800-331-1585 in your phone address book. You can remain anonymous.
  • Volunteer your time.
  • Donate to child abuse prevention efforts.
  • Learn more about child abuse and the services in your area.

Attend CAPC meetings

Get connected to what is going on. CAPC meetings include those working to improve child well being in many sectors. CAPC meetings are held quarterly, unless otherwise noted.

Contact CAPC  for more information.

Volunteer Locally

We need volunteers to help prevent abuse and help abused children. These agencies offer opportunities to help in the effort. We also invite you to join CAPC 


Connect With Us

Connect with us on social media to see what's happening, get great information on child abuse prevention, and share with other to build awareness. Tag CAPC at events. Use the hashtags #endchildabuseintc #tularecountycapc

CAPC page