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Advocacy

CPI takes a leadership role in advocating for funding and for a coordinated community response to child abuse and other challenges to the health of families.

CPI is responsive to the needs of the Sonoma County community. Our agency may intervene with families whose children are at risk for gang involvement, offering services that strengthen parenting confidence and build stronger family relationships. CPI organizes community presentations for parents concerned about how to address the impacts of world and community events with their children. CPI is always looking for new ways to increase county awareness of current and ongoing issues that impact the welfare of families and childre

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Enough Campaign

Enough Abuse Greater Bay Area is a collaborative project of 10 Greater Bay Area Counties. We are working together to implement the Enough Abuse child sexual abuse prevention campaign, which includes a widespread public awareness effort, as well as trainings of professionals and children and families in prevention and recognition of child sexual abuse.

The Enough Abuse Campaign model has been funded and evaluated by the Centers for Disease Control. It is comprehensive, evidence-based, and multidisciplinary and relies on carefully selected community-based trainers who train in 4 curricula.

Each of the 10 Child Abuse Prevention Councils that comprise the Greater Bay Area Child Abuse Prevention Council Coalition are working in collaboration with the Center for Innovation and Resources to implement the Enough Abuse community training and public awareness campaign to prevent child sexual abuse. Partners Include:

  • 10 Child Abuse Prevention Councils from the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma
  • Center for Innovation and Resources, Inc.
  • Partners in Prevention
  • Enough Abuse Campaign

To schedule a training please contact Anne Barron (707) 585-6108 x1124 anneb@calparent.org.

Prevent Child Abuse Sonoma County

The mission of Prevent Child Abuse - Sonoma County is to establish an effective, cooperative and coordinated response to end child abuse.

Please visit the Prevent Child Abuse - Sonoma County website for more information.

Mandated Reporter / Community Outreach Program

To report suspected child abuse or neglect in Sonoma County, call Family, Youth, and Children's Services at 707.565.4304 or 800.870.7064, Fax: 707.565.4324

The Child Parent Institute is excited to announce our partnership with Sonoma County’s Family, Youth & Children’s Services (FY&C) in the implementation of the new Mandated Reporter / Community Outreach Program. One report of child abuse, followed by successful intervention or support services may be the catalyst for bringing about positive change in the home environment, providing children with a brighter more successful future.

The mission of this program is to not only help mandated reporters identify and report suspected child abuse and neglect, but to also increase familiarity about what happens after a report is made, how FY&C engages with families, and how the community is involved in the decision making process. This training will spread awareness about child abuse prevention and arm community partners with the tools and resources needed to play an active role in preventing child maltreatment. Training is available to: 

● Schools
● Hospitals / Clinics
● Law Enforcement
● Medical Professionals
● Mental Health Professionals
● Faith-based organizations
● Non-profits
● Community Agencies

To schedule a free onsite mandated reporter training that is specifically tailored to your agency please contact FY&C at 707.565.4329 or email at fycmandatedreporter@schsd.org

For more information about the Mandated Reporter Training Program and to access community resources and handouts please visit the Mandated Reporter/Community Outreach Website.

 

Our Impact This Year

  • Children & Families Helped

    1500

  • Dollars Raised

    $632660

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