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Child Abuse Prevention Council of Alameda County is dedicated to coordinating our community’s efforts to prevent and respond to child abuse and neglect and to promote the physical and emotional health of children and families in Alameda County.

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Children's Memorial Day- April 23, 2021

 

 

children memorial flagChildren’s Memorial Day was established by the California Assembly in April 1997 which formally declared the fourth Friday in April as a statewide annual observance day.  On April 1, 2001, the United States Congress passed a concurrent resolution supporting thie National Children’s Memorial Day.  This is a day of rembrance set aside to recognize the national and local trageties of violence against children.  

Children’s Memorial Day concludes the April’s Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month Activities by honoring children who have lost their lives as a result of child abuse and neglect. Please take time to review the video sponsored by California’s Office of Child Abuse Prevention regarding this day of remembrance and join us all in taking a moment of silence for the twelve children that died in Alameda County in 2020 due to gun violence, neglect or suicide.

Protective Factor: Enhance Parental Resilience

Protective Factor: Enhance Parental Resilience: No one can eliminate stress from parenting, but building parental resilience can affect how a parent deals with stress. Parental resilience is the ability to constructively cope with and bounce back from all types of...

Strong Families Sunday – Prevention Tip

Strong Families Allliance- Alameda County brings together your local community providers to strengthen families. With this month being Child Abuse Prevention Month we direct you to our website to find tips, resources, news and events that help strengthen your family...

Five Factors Friday: Social Connections

Friends, family members, neighbors, and other members of a community provide emotional support and concrete assistance to parents.  Social connections help parenting build network of support that serve multiple purposes: they can help parents develop and reinforce...

Featured Provider: Family Paths

Family Paths provides prevention services to Alameda County youth and their families.  Family paths offers individual, family, and group counseling services tailored to meet clients' specific needs.  Services are available in English and Spanish. Family Paths is also...
Protective Factor: Enhance Parental Resilience

Protective Factor: Enhance Parental Resilience

Protective Factor: Enhance Parental Resilience: No one can eliminate stress from parenting, but building parental resilience can affect how a parent deals with stress. Parental resilience is the ability to constructively cope with and bounce back from all types of...

Strong Families Sunday – Prevention Tip

Strong Families Sunday – Prevention Tip

Strong Families Allliance- Alameda County brings together your local community providers to strengthen families. With this month being Child Abuse Prevention Month we direct you to our website to find tips, resources, news and events that help strengthen your family...

Five Factors Friday: Social Connections

Friends, family members, neighbors, and other members of a community provide emotional support and concrete assistance to parents.  Social connections help parenting build network of support that serve multiple purposes: they can help parents develop and reinforce...

EBAC pinwheel garden

#PassThePinwheel

Did you know that 1 in 4 children have experienced abuse or neglect in their lives? Help raise awareness of about child abuse and neglect prevention. #PassThePinwheel is an awareness campaign that highlights the call for all children to live in safe and stable home environment.  Pinwheels are the national symbol of child abuse prevention.  Please enjoy the Pinwheel garden created by families and organizations in Alameda County