CAP County Coordinator:
Contact: 609-412-9675 or email@example.com
AtlantiCare Behavioral Health
Egg Harbor, New Jersey
Programs offered to schools and community groups with a three-prong approach which includes workshops for staff, parents and students:
- CAP for Early Childhood, Elementary, Teen
- CAP’s Bullying Prevention Program
- “Cyber-Empowerment” – about cyber-bullying and safety
About Atlantic/Cape May County CAP:
Atlantic/Cape May County CAP has been implementing workshops that empower children and adults to be “SAFE, STRONG, AND FREE” for 36 years. Hosted by AtlantiCare, the region’s largest healthcare organization, CAP is providing prevention education to over 6,500 children and over 800 adults throughout Atlantic and Cape May Counties each year.
- CAP has been implemented in 31 School Districts in Atlantic and Cape May Counties and CAP’s Bullying Prevention Program in 26 Districts over the last 36 years.
- CAP County Coordinator Serves on the Atlantic County DCP&P Advisory Board.
Brigantine, Pleasantville, Somers Point, Egg Harbor Twp, Weymouth, Buena Regional School
District, Egg Harbor City, Estell Manor, Folsom, Mullica, Northfield, Hammonton, Absecon and
Cape May County
Ocean City, Avalon, Stone Harbor, N. Wildwood, Wildwood, Cape May County Special Services,
Middle twp., Lower Twp., Upper Twp., Cape May City, West Cape May, and Woodbine. Egg Harbor Twp In Atlantic and Dennis Twp. In Cape May.
What people are saying about CAP in Atlantic and Cape May!
One Administer wrote: “The program provided the staff, parents and students with additional strategies to handle situations in the lives inside and outside of the classroom”.
A teacher told a CAP Facilitator that her CAP Staff training better prepared her in handling a child suicide disclosure.
A parent was apprehensive to attend the Parent workshop because she was a survivor and wasn’t sure what to expect. She was grateful afterward because she felt validated with the information she heard.
A TEEN CAP student wrote on her “student Evaluation”, “I’m so thankful for the CAP Program because I learned what happen to me was not my fault!”