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About CAP

The NJ Child Assault Prevention Project (NJCAP), known as CAP is a statewide child abuse prevention program with its central headquarters located in New Jersey. NJCAP is supported and funded through the NJ Department of Children and Families http://www.nj.gov/dcf/families/assault/.

Since its inception in 1985, CAP has trained over four million children, parents and teachers to prevent peer abuse or bullying, stranger abduction and known adult assault. CAP seeks to integrate the best resources of a community in an effort to reduce a child or young person’s vulnerability to any type of verbal, physical and/or sexual abuse. New Jersey’s CAP projects work closely with the local school districts, parent/teacher associations and home school groups, and other community groups.

The CAP motto is: “All Children Deserve to be Safe, Strong and Free.

For more information please visit www.njcap.org

Contact your county’s facilitator at [email protected] or [email protected]