Child Abuse Prevention Resources

The National Training Center (NTC) is located on the campus of the National Children's Advocacy Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

The NTC is one of the leading providers of quality training for professionals working with abused children and their families. To meet the varied needs of the child abuse professional, training sessions are available On Campus, Online, Customized Training - On Location, and through two professional conferences. For more information or a schedule, please visit the NTC website.

If you would like to find out how you can get involved in protecting our children, please visit We Are.You Can. on the prevention of child abuse. The campaign introduces the "We Are. You Can" initiative, which emphasizes personal awareness and actions every individual can take to help protect children in every community in order to have safe and productive futures

The National Children's Alliance provides training, support, technical assistance and leadership on a national level to local children's and child advocacy centers and communities responding to reports of child abuse and neglect.

The Healthy Families America (HFA) is a nationally recognized evidence-based home visiting program model designed to work with overburdened families who are at-risk for adverse childhood experiences, including child maltreatment. It is the primary home visiting model best equipped to work with families who may have histories of trauma, intimate partner violence, mental health and/or substance abuse issues. HFA services begin prenatally or right after the birth of a baby and are offered voluntarily, intensively and over the long-term (3 to 5 years after the birth of the baby).

Big Oak Ranch is a Christian home for children needing a chance. If you know us, you've heard us say that before. Because that's what we offer - a chance. To find a normal life. To find God's love. To find that we are all more than our circumstances - we are what we have the strength to become.

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