Alliance for Violence Free Anoka County

Anoka County Child Abuse Prevention Council

When we help children today, we all do better tomorrow.

The mission of the Anoka County Child Abuse Prevention Council is to educate the Anoka County community in       order to prevent maltreatment of children. Please  download our brochure to learn more.

With education as the primary focus, the Council has engaged in a variety of initiatives to educate the Anoka County community and raise awareness about child abuse.

The Council promotes education on child development, positive parenting, and awareness of the Five Protective Factors which include:

  1. Nurturing and attachment
  2. Knowledge of parenting and of child and youth development
  3. Parental resilience
  4. Social connections
  5. Concrete supports for parents

The Council is funded by individual and corporate donations. For more information on donating, contact the Anoka County Violence Prevention Coordinator at 763-422-7047 or email [email protected]

The Council meets every second Tuesday of the month from 12:00 to 1:30 at the Anoka County Blaine Human Services Center.

Membership consists of public and private organization representatives and community members. If you are interested in joining the Council or have questions, you can leave a message for CAPC at 763-323-6000,  the Anoka County Violence Prevention Coordinator at 763-422-7047 or email [email protected]

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  CAPC of Anoka County  encourages residents to call Anoka County Social Services (763-422-7125)  if they believe a child is in danger.

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This short video speaks to the important role we can all play in a child's life.