Arizona detective solves kidnapping after PCA Arizona training
June News and Events
On May 10, Prevent Child Abuse Arizona's Training Director Claire Louge completed her 10 month journey with Class 11 of the elite American Express Leadership Academy through the Lodestar Center of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation.
On May 9, Yavapai Family Advocacy Center Forensic Interviewer completed her Masters of Social Work at Arizona State University, alongside her husband, who also shares a passion for social work.
PCA Arizona offers a four-day experiential training for law enforcement and Department of Child Safety investigators to learn forensic interviewing and the semi-structured cognitive interview technique to collect information from children. After receiving this training, a recent attendee solved a kidnapping!
The Stronger CAPTA Act not only reauthorizes the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, which expired on September 30, 2015, but it also requests an FY 2020 budget increase to $1 billion annually, which evens implementation and protection across the nation.
As a 501(c)3 organization, Prevent Child Abuse Arizona is eligible to receive bequests. Please contact Rebekah Prieto at email@example.com if you would like to discuss including Prevent Child Abuse Arizona in your legacy.
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Prevent Child Abuse Arizona is shifting the public conversation about child maltreatment so that prevention is the priority. 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.