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if you are a medical professional with clinical responsibility for
child abuse and neglect cases.
USE THE LINKS BELOW TO LEARN ABOUT OUR NETWORK MEMBERS,
THEIR MISSION, AND THEIR ROLE IN CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION
THESE ARE SOME OF THE INTERNET
BUILT AND SUPPORTED BY
THE CHILD ABUSE
PREVENTION NETWORK SINCE 1995. keep looking here for new developments.
FLDC– The Family Life Development Center, Cornell University
ARMY – The Family Advocacy Programs of the U.S. Army
PCANY – Prevent Child Abuse New York
SAVE – Survivors and Victimes Empowered
LifeNET – Life Network Engineering Technologies, Inc, Corporate
ISPCAN – International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse
NCFR – The ICAN National Center on Child Fatality Review
SBS – SBS Central – The Shaken Baby Syndrome Internet Parnership
HERE TODAY: Details about these new partners:
Prevent Child Abuse California – The California
Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America
Childrens House – The International Site for Research
on Children’s Rights and Wellbeing
The leading resource on the prevention of the abuse of people with disabilities
MISSION: To improve professional
and public efforts to understand and deal with risk factors in the lives of
children, youth, families and communities that lead to family violence and neglect.
It focuses on strategies and programs to help vulnerable children and youth
by strengthening families and communities.
The Family Life Development
Center, at Cornell University’s College of Human Ecology, in Ithaca, NY, operates
its programs of research, training, technical assistance and model program development
across the United States, and in several countries around the world. Founded
in 1974, the Center serves all of the major professions which deal with child
abuse and its identification, prevention and treatment.
With a small core of funding
from the State of New York, the Center’s extensive programs are underwitten
in large part by grants and contracts from state, federal and private sources.
Visit the FLDC
ARMY Family Advocacy Online
MISSION: To support Family
Advocacy Program Managers around the world with information resources on the
Internet that directly address child abuse, child safety, domestic violence,
and their prevention. To identify the best resources, and the most effective
distribution strategies lead to the accomplishment of the Army Family Advocacy
goals of community cohesion, personnel preparedness, safety, and self-sufficiency.
Family Advocacy Online is supported
in part by a cooperative agreement between the U.S. Army and the Extension Service
of the USDA, and is administered in the Family Life Development Center at Cornell
University. First launched in 1996, the Web site now provides numerous online
resources, including full-text documents, downloadable files, and audio resources.
Visit Family Advocacy
Prevent Child Abuse New York
MISSION: To prevent child abuse
in all its forms by increasing public awareness of the problem and the commitment
to solve it, fostering a New York statewide network committed to child abuse
prevention, serving as a resource for individuals, families and organizations,
advocating for expanded and improved activities to prevent child abuse.
Prevent Child Abuse
New York is the state chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America — the premier
primary child abuse prevention and advocacy organization in the USA. A membership
organization with connections to community based agencies and statewide associations,
Prevent Child Abuse New York has been serving families, advocates and professionals
The New York Chapter
programs include a prevention information resource center, a parenting warmline
(24/7), the training and resource center for home visiting programs in New York
State, the coordination of Healthy Families New York, and an annual Prevention
Conference whose faculty is made up of nationally and internationally recognized
experts. Visit Prevent Child Abuse New
MISSION: To provide access
to support for survivors and victims of child abuse and child sexual abuse.
SAVE – Survivors and
Victims Empowered — provides resources and links to organizations who are expert
in addressing every aspect of the victimology of child abuse, including extensive
contacts for adult survivors. SAVE distributes millions of copies of Useful
publications, including the journal Treating Abuse Today.
MISSION: To solve persistent
and pernicious problems through the application of the latest technology, especially
LifeNET, Inc., sponsor
of the Child Abuse Prevention Network, was incorporated in 1995 with a flagship
mission to apply the power of the Internet to solving the devastating problem
of child abuse and neglect. Learn more about LifeNET
MISSION: To prevent cruelty
to children in every nation, in every form: physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect,
street children, child fatalities, child prostitution, children of war, emotional
abuse, child labor. ISPCAN is committed to increasing public awareness of all
forms of violence against children, developing activities to prevent such violence,
and promoting the rights of children in all regions of the world.
ISPCAN was founded in 1977,
to advance the world’s agenda on child abuse prevention, and to provide for
scholarly activities in the field. ISPCAN sponsors the International Journal
on Child Abuse and Neglect, and oversees International Congresses and area Conferences
around the world. ISPCAN is the most venerable professional association in the
field, with over 2,000 members worldwide.
MISSION: The mission of the
ICAN/National Center on Child Fatality Review (ICAN/NCFR) is to prevent severe
and fatal trauma, abuse and neglect of children.
Extensive resources are provided on this website on the topic of child fatalities,
and the best online directory of professionals in child fatality review is available.
Visit the National Center on Child Fatality Review.
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