Child Abuse and Neglect Since 1983
Specialty Car Tag
A Specialty Car Tag is available for purchase at your local Probate Office.
It's tax deductible and proceeds directly fund community-based prevention
programs. Thinking about a Personalized tag for your car? Click on the
The Children's Trust Fund of Alabama is also Prevent Child Abuse -
Alabama, a chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America! Click logo for more
Reports of Interest
2012-2013 Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention's Annual Report
U. S. Government
Accountability Office (GAO) January 2014 Report on Child Welfare
PCA America's Statement Regarding Sexual Abuse by School Personnel
Understanding Child Maltreatment 2012
2011-2012 University of Alabama Evaluation Report
"The Costs of Child Abuse vs. Child Abuse Prevention: Alabama's
Report to Congress on Immunity from Prosecution for Professional
Consultation in Suspected and Known Instances of Child Abuse
Infant/Toddler Social Emotional Health and Development: Provider
Protective Factors Training
Reporter Training Online
Mandatory Reporting Presentation
The Alabama Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention (ADCANP)
secures resources to fund evidence-based community programs committed to the
prevention of child maltreatment. We advocate for children and the
strengthening of families.
Reporting Child Abuse
If you suspect child abuse and/or neglect, please call your local County
Department of Human Resources or local law enforcement agency to report
suspected abuse or neglect.Click
here for a listing of all Department of
Human Resource locations.
News of Interest
Department Awards Over $5.8 million for Child Abuse and Neglect
Prevention Programs Across the State!
Alabama Adopts Statewide Standard on Recognizing,
Reporting Child Abuse
2014 Newsletter - Now Available
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Shoals Area Grantees Host Check Presentation
Children First Spotlights the Department in
Child Welfare Newsletter
for Childhood" Resources from the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention - Now Available!
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Services Information Tool.