Training for professional reporters
The CACSC trains businesses, community organizations, daycares, churches, and others who work with children ages 0-17 years to prevent, recognize, report, and react responsibly to child abuse. Interested?
Recognizing & Reporting
We help professional reporters understand their legal obligations and train them to recognize and report child abuse.
Specifically, the adults in your business, community organization, daycare center, or church will be equipped to:
Identify the signs of child abuse
Understand their legal obligations
Know the steps for reporting child abuse
Understand the value of their role
Ready to talk with us about bringing recognizing & reporting training to the adults in your group? Email our Director of Community Education.
Stewards of Children Workshop
1 in 10 children will be sexually abused before they turn 18. We’ll train your group to prevent, recognize, and report it.
Stewards of Children child sexual abuse training will empower your people in your business, community organization, daycare, or church group to:
Understand child sexual abuse
Minimize opportunities for abuse
Teach kids about their bodies and boundaries
Recognize the signs of abuse
React to abuse appropriately & responsibly
The Stewards of Children child sexual abuse training is a 2-hour workshop that costs $10/participant. Ready to talk about scheduling a workshop for your group? Email our Director of Community Education.
Youth Mental Health First Aid
Learn to recognize & respond to the signs of mental illness & substance use disorders.
Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders in youth. This 6-hour training gives adults who work with youth the skills they need to reach out and provide initial support to children and adolescents (ages 6-18) who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to the appropriate care. Upon completion of the course, adults are certified as a Youth MHFA first responder and can help youth who may be suffering from:
Ready to explore Youth Mental Health First Aid for your faculty, parents, or organization?
Community Outreach & Speakers Bureau
Book a CAC speaker to give your group the latest in child abuse awareness & prevention.
We love sharing the expertise of our community educators, clinical therapists, and other child abuse professionals, so: