National Affiliations

Prevent Child Abuse America

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Since 1972, Prevent Child Abuse America has led the way in building awareness, providing education and inspiring hope in an effort to prevent abuse and neglect among our nation's children. Working with chapters in 39 states and the District of Columbia, PCA promotes and implements prevention efforts at both the national and local levels. With the help of their state chapters and concerned individuals like you, they are strengthening families and engaging communities across the country.

PCA's many local programs, prevention initiatives and events help spread the word in your community, creating awareness that prevention is possible. They are a family of friends, professionals, volunteers, donors and parents who are preventing child abuse and neglect before it starts.


Enough Abuse Campaign

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Parents Anonymous®

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As the nation's premier child abuse prevention organization, Parents Anonymous® is a community of parents, organizations and volunteers committed to:

  • Strengthening Families and Building Strong Communities 
  • Achieving Meaningful Parent Leadership and Shared Leadership
  • Leading the Field of Child Abuse and Neglect 

Today, Parents Anonymous® has a dynamic international network of 267 accredited organizations and local affiliates that implement Parents Anonymous® Programs for adults and children. Their success of their programs has been confirmed through research. Parents Anonymous® Inc. provides training and technical assistance, develops program materials, authors important topic related publications on national findings and efforts, and conducts research on meaningful Parent and Shared Leadership, systems reform and effective community-based strategies to strengthen families.

National Exchange Club for the Prevention of Child Abuse

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The National Exchange Club (NEC) Foundation is committed to making a difference in the lives of children, families and our communities through its national project: the prevention of child abuse. The NEC Foundation's most successful method of countering abuse is by working directly with parents through the parent aide program. The NEC Foundation coordinates a nationwide network of nearly 100 Exchange Club Child Abuse Prevention Centers who utilize the parent aide program and provide support to families at-risk for abuse.