Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin

Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin

Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin is a program of Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

The program works closely with the Child Abuse Prevention Fund to unify child abuse prevention efforts in Wisconsin. The mission of Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin is to:
  • Build community resources
  • Provide training and public awareness
  • Carry out advocacy activities in order to strengthen child abuse prevention efforts in Wisconsin. Its work focuses on primary prevention with the goal of stopping child abuse and neglect before it occurs

Together for Children Conference

SAVE THE DATE:  April 4-6, 2017    Hilton Milwaukee City Center

The conference will be held simultaneously with the International Family Justice Center Conference. This will allow Together for Children attendees the opportunity to attend their workshop sessions in addition to our sessions.

Keynote Speaker on Wednesday, April 5, will be Dr. Linda Chamberlain, who will address "The Intersections of CA, DV and ACES."  Dr. Chamberlain is an epidemiologist specializing in childhood exposure to violence and brain development.

Keep checking PCAW's website for conference updates.

Questions - email jane.yeager@cssw.org or call (920) 969-7925.

Say Something, Do Something for Kids

We believe that every child deserves to grow up in a safe, stable and nurturing environment. Please join our campaign to "Say Something, Do Something for Kids," an initiative of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board, Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin and Wisconsin Department of Children and Families. Download the toolkit to see what you can do in your community.

Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin is a chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America

Prevent Child Abuse America leads the way in building awareness, providing education and inspiring hope to everyone involved in the effort to prevent the abuse and neglect of our nation's children.

Connect the dots: We all have a role in making our communities places where children and families can thrive. Join us in building a movement for children and families!  What's your dot?