NJ CAP (Child Assault Prevention)

CAP is a statewide prevention program that provides community based assault prevention programs for parents, school staff, and students.  This educational approach offers skills and knowledge to all involved in ensuring children are safe. These programs are offered to schools and community groups using a three-prong approach to prevention education, which includes workshops for staff, parents and students. Our age appropriate classroom workshops are designed to meet the needs of all students on topics including child assault, sexual abuse, bullying, and cyber-safety.

CAP educates and empowers the community to keep children SAFE, STRONG, and FREE!

  • CAP for Early Childhood, Elementary, and Teen students
  • CAP’s Bullying Prevention Program
  • “Cyber-Empowerment’—cyber-bullying and online safety

Under the leadership skills and outreach of the Hunterdon County coordinator, Deborah Wilson, many districts throughout Hunterdon County participate in CAP each and every year as a maintenance program.  The Hunterdon task force of trained and certified facilitators is comprised of facilitators whose experience span over 20 years with CAP.

Prevention Resources, Inc.  offers the CAP program to all public schools throughout Hunterdon County funded by a grant through the NJ Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency and NJ Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect.  The NJCAP State office is located on the campus of Camden County College.

Please contact Deborah Wilson, Hunterdon County CAP Coordinator at 908.310.6583 or email hunterdoncountycap@gmail.com  for additional information or visit www.njcap.org.