Multimedia can be used to spread awareness and promote the importance of community involvement in preventing child abuse and neglect. These videos and podcasts present a series of interviews and conversations intended to highlight the true value of community-based child abuse prevention programs. Share these informative tools to encourage community partners to get involved and support families and children!
Sharing the Journey: Voices From the Field
FRIENDS National Center for Community-Based
Child Abuse Prevention
Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention
Administration for Children and Families
Building Community, Building Hope Series
The National Child Abuse and Neglect Technical
Assistance and Strategic Dissemination Center
Prevention: Implementing Evidence-Based Programs
Listen as Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP) grantees share from a local community and a statewide perspective how evidence-based practices were selected and tailored to meet the needs of their specific constituency groups.
Prevention: Collaborating Across an Entire State
Focuses on CBCAP grantees who are in a unique position of leadership as they assume responsibility for directing, leading, and evaluating the network of public-private partnerships and the continuum of preventive services for children and families in their states.
Prevention: Evaluating Prevention Programs
Details how one prevention program in Kentucky applies a diverse set of tools and assessments to review and monitor the program and how that information is compared across a network of 17 regional community partners.
Prevention: Evaluating Statewide Prevention
Shares how California compares diverse prevention programs and resources applied across all its counties to evaluate prevention efforts from a statewide perspective.
The views and opinions expressed within these podcasts and videos do not necessarily reflect those of the Children's Bureau or the Administration for Children, Youth, and Families.