The Nominations Committee of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Inc. is seeking nominations of qualified individuals to serve on the Board of Directors.
Article V, Section 2 of the APSAC bylaws specifies the following: "Qualifications - Directors must be a member of APSAC at the time of their election to the Board and must remain a member throughout their term of office. To be nominated for the Board of Directors, an individual must submit a biograp
CAPSAC has released their Spring 2021 issue of their quarterly newsletter, The Consultant. Inside, you'll find valuable training information and articles for professionals both within and outside of California.
Read the Alert Here APSAC and Zero Abuse Project were awarded funds by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs to create the Trauma-informed Prosecutor Project (TiPP), which works to improve the effectiveness of the investigation and prosecutor of child abase. TiPP will deliver training, provide technical assistance, and create publications for prosecutors and other child abuse multidisciplinary team members. The APSAC Alert: Prosecutor's Edition is a TiPP
June 2, 2021 | 12 pm - 1 pm ET Presented by: Lisa Schelbe, PhD, MSW & Carlo Panlilio Register Here! Do you have ideas that you would like to share with people who are working in the field of child maltreatment? Do you know about an innovative program? Do you have thoughts a policy that is impacting children and families? Do you share research findings with a broad practice audience? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then you should consider writing for the APSAC
Former Vice President Walter Mondale of Minnesota died on April 19, 2021, after a long career in public services. He will always be remembered by people working in child welfare as the author of the original Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act of 1974. He was particularly emphatic that child abuse not solely be seen as an issue of race and class, but one that impacted all spheres of society. "This is not a poverty problem; this is a national problem,” Mondale said, durin