Preventing child abuse and neglect across the state of Nebraska isn't something that can be done by one organization. Nebraska Children is part of a variety of partnerships -- from the state government to local philanthropic organizations to national prevention networks -- to work toward its vision for Nebraska's children. Together, we can make measurable differences in the safety, stability and nurturing present in Nebraska families.
Prevent Child Abuse America
Prevent Child Abuse America (PCA) is a national organization dedicated to promoting the healthy development of children through state chapters, public awareness, and advocating for national changes in policy that promote a nationwide prevention network. Nebraska Children houses Prevent Child Abuse Nebraska, our state's chapter of PCA.
Child Abuse Prevention Fund Board
The Nebraska Child Abuse Prevention Fund Board was created in 1986 by the State Legislature. A nine-member Board of Directors, nominated by the Governor and approved by the State Legislature, governs the Board. The Board is administered by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.
Bring Up Nebraska
Bring Up Nebraska is a statewide prevention partnership to advocate for local community collaboratives that keep children safe, support strong parents, and help families address life's challenges before they become a crisis.
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