Community Action Partnership of North Alabama


Children Resources

Advanced Parenting imageAdvancing Parenting is a small nonprofit with headquarters in Bakersfield, California, pioneering a new kind of child abuse prevention and a new kind of parenting education…one that reaches everyone, everywhere, all the time. One of AP's activities is distributing parenting tips bumper stickers. Parenting tips on vehicles will be read 1000s of times by 1000s of people of all ages for years to come. The tips are parenting behaviors and practices generally recognized as supporting the healthy development of children and they focus on character, mental health, and intellect.P's methods are proactive, participatory, public parenting education intended to be a game changer for the prevention of ACES (adverse childhood experiences). Visit to see examples and the list of the 51 parenting tips bumper stickers. 



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The Alabama CASA Network is committed to promoting awareness of child abuse and neglect in our state through the development of our local CASA programs and encourages efforts to ensure that every abused, neglected or abandoned child in Alabama will have a safe, nurturing, and permanent home.

CASA/CAJA (Court Appointed Juvenile Advocate) programs assist Family Court in carrying out its role in the child services protective services system.  The CASA/CAJA volunteer is the "eyes and ears and often the heart of the court".



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The purpose of the Morgan County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) is to provide help and healing to children. Our vision is that no child who has experienced abuse will have to suffer in silence.





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The goals of the Youth Services Department are to help facilitate and encourage a community-wide effort in combating the problems in our community involving our youth; such as, the high rate of school drop-outs, illiteracy, unemployment, teenage pregnancy, drug and alcohol use/abuse, gang activity, juvenile delinquency, and poverty, just to name a few.