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Teachers Benefit from CAP

“This program opens new doors to my students. For the first time, I feel like I can talk to them about a subject that was more or less taboo before CAP.” “Forever impressed on my mind will be the little face of ‘Mark’, a nine year old […]

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What is CAP?

The NJ Child Assault Prevention Project, known as CAP is a statewide child abuse prevention program with its central headquarters located at the Educational Information Resource Center www.eirc.org in Mullica Hill, New Jersey. NJ CAP is supported and funded through the NJ Department of Children and Families http://www.nj.gov/dcf/families/assault/. […]

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Mission Statement

The mission of the New Jersey Child Assault Prevention (CAP) Project shall be to improve the quality of life for the children in New Jersey by reducing the level of interpersonal violence through assault prevention education. Since 1985, NJ CAP has offered the parents, teachers and children […]

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History

CAP History The Child Assault Prevention (CAP) Project originated in the late 1970’s, in Columbus, Ohio, as a response to the rape of a young child. Early in 1978, project staff of Women Against Rape (WAR) received a phone call from a teacher whose second grade student […]

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NJ CAP is a RTC of the International Center for Assault Prevention. It partners with state, national and worldwide prevention advocates.