Child Assault Prevention Project of South Florida
801 Sw Third Ave Ste 300
The Child Assault Prevention (CAP) Project of South Florida, Inc., is a comprehensive, primary child abuse prevention program which works with school personnel, parents and children (K-12) on school sites. CAP has prevention trained over 189,000 children, classroom by classroom, and given abuse prevention workshops to tens of thousands of parents, faculty and school administrators in 203 schools since it's inception in the Dade County Public Schools in 1984. Our parent, the National Center for Assault Prevention, conceived in 1978, has over 250 international chapters.