|!!! Congratulations to Belmont/Redwood Shores and San Bruno Park School Districts As of April 1, 2014 you have gotten 100% of your faculty & Staff trained as Mandated Reporters!!!
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month. For additional national Awareness Month activities and information see
Training is free, contact Jane Smithson at
to schedule a training today.
Enough Abuse Campaign
CCAT is joining with member counties of the Greater Bay Area to implement the Enough Abuse child sexual abuse prevention campaign. This evidence based campaign began in Massachusetts and is growing. Our Mission through the Greater Bay Area Enough Abuse Campaign is to create a groundswell of focused action aimed at preventing child sexual abuse by providing families and professionals with evidence-based knowledge and real-world strategies. Through this focused action, we will empower the Greater Bay Area communities to stand up and say ENOUGH child sexual abuse!
Learn more and join the movement at www.enoughabuse.org
View this summary of 10 conversations about child sexual abuse and sign up to receive all 10 full conversations via email.
If you have a local parent or community group interested in an Enough Abuse training contact CCAT Coordinator, ReneeLZimmerman@yahoo.com
The Children's Collaborative Action Team (CCAT) is the designated Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) of San Mateo County. CCAT/CAPC is an independent collaborative mandated by the California State Welfare and Institutions Code 18967. Our fiscal agent is the San Mateo County Human
Services Agency. CCAT functions as an advisory, advocacy and education board.