Providing Solutions. Preventing Child Abuse.

The Family Tree is Maryland's leading non-profit organization dedicated to improving our community by providing families with proven solutions to prevent child abuse and neglect. A national affiliate of Parents Anonymous®, Prevent Child Abuse America, and The National Exchange Club Foundation, The Family Tree offers volunteer-supported programs and services that aide and educate individuals, families, and communities.

Yelling won't get her better grades

Sad but true, bringing home a bad report card can trigger a negative reaction from parents. Click below to read these important tips on handling the stress of report card time. Keep these tips in mind while working together at report card time. › Learn More

Brent A. Rosenberg Family Fair & Walk

Join us on Saturday, November 8th for the 5th Annual Brent A. Rosenberg Family Fair & Walk. Teams forming now. Come and Walk in support of Maryland's Families. › Learn More


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John's Story

John was a father of three who was arrested and charged with child abuse. He was raising his children the way he was raised. He did not understand it was abuse. He came to The Family Tree ashamed of his situation, unclear of what help he would get. He left empowered with the tools he needed to make a change for his family. The first thing he did was apologize to his children, then forgive himself. From there, the healing began.


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Lives Changed

The Parents Anonymous® support group has helped me to go on, to say the way I’m doing it just isn’t working and to take a breath. I learned that you can worry all you want, but that doesn’t change things. You learn how to handle those everyday storms, when they refuse to do homework or break curfew.

~ Joy, Parents Anonymous® Parent

Enough Abuse Campaign

The Family Tree (Prevent Child Abuse Maryland) is leading the charge to prevent child sexual abuse in Maryland. Be part of the solution.

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