Below, please find a list of states interested in forming chapters, or that may be inactive, along with e-mail contact. The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children is actively seeking your help in working with groups within states that do not have State Chapters. If you're interested in forming a State Chapter download the State Chapter Guidelines and email us to discuss your next steps.
Important State Chapter Information
Please send State Chapter Agreements (valid for three years), Annual State Chapter Reports, requests for new chapter start up grant funds, and State Chapter activity grant funds to:APSAC Attn: Laura Hughes 1706 E. Broad Street Columbus, OH 43203
Please be sure to send a copy of these items to the APSAC headquarters as well! Very Important: Your chapter cannot apply for and receive a State Chapter Grant until it has submitted its Annual Report. See link below to download the Annual Report template.
Click here to download the State Chapter Guidelines - This document, revised in February 2013, provides the who, what, when where, why and how to establish and run and APSAC chapter.
Click here to download the State Chapter Agreement - This document was revised in February 2013.
Click here to download the 2014 Chapter Annual Report Template - To be used for reporting financial year 2014.
Click here to download the State Chapter Grant Request Template.
State Chapter Committee Meetings: APSAC conducts State Chapter Committee meetings monthly on the first Thursday of the month from 3:00-4:00 PM EST. Any State Chapter or state considering chapter formation is welcome to call. Contact Laura Hughes to receive the call-in number and password to join these calls.
The co-chairs of the State Chapters Committee are Dave Corwin , Kathy Johnson, and Mel Schneiderman. If you have questions regarding your State Chapter or how to form a chapter in your state contact Laura Hughes at APSAC's national headquarters.