January 2023 Newsletter


Our 2022 Annual Report

Every year, Prevent Child Abuse Arizona publishes a report that highlights the reach and impact of our last fiscal year, a financial overview, and the partners that were vital in making the year a success. We look forward to building on that success with you in 2023! 

Check out the report!

Impact Story

Annual Impact Summary

Across 161 hosted convenings and 20+ programs, Prevent Child Abuse Arizona served a total of 4,188 professionals in FY2022. These participants went on to use their knowledge to serve an estimated 611,000 families! One third of professionals returned for multiple program offerings from Prevent Child Abuse Arizona. This could not have been possible without the financial partnership of our government, foundation, and individual donor partners. With your help, we were able to reach all 15 Arizona counties.

2023 Prevent Child Abuse America Federal Policy Agenda

Prevention services and supports are critical for family and community wellbeing. Many factors - including poverty, unemployment, inadequate housing, and food insecurity - interfere with wellbeing by creating an overload of stress on parents, which interferes with their ability to best care for their children. PCA America is committed to advocating for policies that address these factors. Now is a great time to contact new legislators about policies listed on this agenda. 

View the Policy Agenda

Today in Prevention

"Parents Need Their Own AARP"

Dr. Dana Suskind’s 2022 book Parent Nation highlights the importance of building American policies and practices that better support parents. Getting those policies and practices passed is a heavy, ongoing lift. In the article linked below, Dr. Suskind wonders what could be possible if there was a parent version of AARP that advocated for what parents need to create safe, nurturing, stable environments for their children. AARP has proven successful in representing the retired population in the United States. Suskind argues that a similar association for parents could transform our nation into one that truly prioritizes child wellbeing.

Read the article


Shop at your Local Bashas' in January

If you shop at any Bashas’, Food City, or AJ’s Fine Foods this month, you’ll have an opportunity to round up your change to benefit Prevent Child Abuse Arizona, Casa de Los Ninos, Child Crisis Arizona, and Winged Hope. Every chance to round up is no small change – in the 2021 campaign, all stores raised a total of $135,341.78 for Arizona child abuse prevention and intervention organizations! 

Find a Bashas' near you

Director's Corner

Prevention Made Visible

It’s often said that it’s hard to define prevention, because we can’t see what we prevent. How do you measure what didn’t happen? What does lack of child maltreatment look like?

The New Hampshire Children’s Trust, our counterpart Prevent Child Abuse Chapter in New Hampshire, found the answer when they asked families in their state what prevention looked like to them. Their answers had one simple, common thread.

What is prevention made visible?

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Prevent Child Abuse Arizona is dedicated to strengthening families and protecting children through collaboration, education, and advocacy. The organization provides research-based prevention services, education and training to help promote strong families and safe, healthy children. For more information, visit pcaaz.org.