CJC April Masthead

Make child abuse prevention last all year

CJC recognizes the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child abuse and neglect. This year we will partner with Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries in hosting a series of events recognizing April as Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Fort Vancouver Regional Library 2024 book list

FVRL libraries will have displays and children’s book lists to provide parents with resources to get kids more aware of their own safety. CJC employees will be on hand during story time sessions at several libraries to answer questions and provide resources regarding child safety. A complete list of sessions is available on the FVRL website.

Black woman and daughter sit on sofa, one holding a tablet and the other a laptop computer.

Keeping It Safe Online
A Law Enforcement Guide for Parents About Online Safety

Monday, April 15
6:30-7:30 pm
Cascade Park Community Library
600 NE 13th Avenue / 360-906-5000
Attend online or in person.
For parents and caregivers only.

outline drawing/map of Washington

Report child abuse or neglect to your local region


Statewide end harm line: 866.363.4276


Clallam / Clark / Cowlitz / Grays Harbor / Jefferson / Lewis / Mason / Pacific / Skamania / Thurston / Wahkiakum

The statewide End Harm line is available 24/7.

For more information about reporting abuse of a child, visit the Washington State Department of Children, Youth & Families website at www.dcyf.gov.

SAVE THE DATE: Sunday, June 23 / 9-11 am / Child Abuse Prevention Walk + Learn

Join us for a free, family friendly walk at Fort Vancouver. Find us on the corner of E. 5th Street and Fort Vancouver Way for a family friendly, interactive walk with activities along the way designed to keep kids safe.

More details coming soon!