Exchange Club CAP Center

Exchange Club CAP Center For Parenting Concerns, please call the Center at 205-801-5151http://www.4CAP.org #NoExcuseAL #CAPCenterBham #NoExcuseForChildAbuseBham The Exchange Club Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse was formed through the dedication, support and committment of Alabama members of The Exchange Club, a National Service Organization whose primary focus is child abuse prevention.
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In 1987, clients were able to receive services from the Parent Aide program in a office at Eastside Mental Health Center. Also in 1988, The Exchange Club merged with the local Parents Anonymous Chapter, which brought the establishment of a new program, Positive Parenting groups. In August 1988, the center started doing business as The Exchange Club Family Skills Center. In 2014, we began doing business as the EXCHANGE CLUB CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION CENTER. We offer several Programs designed to Break the Cycle of Child Abuse & Neglect: Positive Parenting Groups-This program is offered 50 weeks out of the year. This group offers educational topics that assist with enhancing parenting skills as it relates to discipline, age appropriate expectations, behavior management, anger and stress management skills. Parent Aide Program-This program is a one-on-one in home parent education program. The Parent Educator works with the family for a minimum of six months to one year providing education to the parent on strengthening the family and how to live a life free of abuse. First Teacher Program- The First Teacher’s Program is a parent education and family support program utilizing the Parents as Teachers (PAT) curriculum. This program serves families throughout pregnancy until their child turns three years of age and provides developmental, hearing and vision assessments. Speaker's Bureau, Adult Anger Management Group and Teen Anger Management Group. For more information visit our website www.stopchildabusealabama.com

In 1987, clients were able to receive services from the Parent Aide program in a office at Eastside Mental Health Center. Also in 1988, The Exchange Club merged with the local Parents Anonymous Chapter, which brought the establishment of a new program, Positive Parenting groups. In August 1988, the center started doing business as The Exchange Club Family Skills Center. In 2014, we began doing business as the EXCHANGE CLUB CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION CENTER. We offer several Programs designed to Break the Cycle of Child Abuse & Neglect: Positive Parenting Groups-This program is offered 50 weeks out of the year. This group offers educational topics that assist with enhancing parenting skills as it relates to discipline, age appropriate expectations, behavior management, anger and stress management skills. Parent Aide Program-This program is a one-on-one in home parent education program. The Parent Educator works with the family for a minimum of six months to one year providing education to the parent on strengthening the family and how to live a life free of abuse. First Teacher Program- The First Teacher’s Program is a parent education and family support program utilizing the Parents as Teachers (PAT) curriculum. This program serves families throughout pregnancy until their child turns three years of age and provides developmental, hearing and vision assessments. Speaker's Bureau, Adult Anger Management Group and Teen Anger Management Group. For more information visit our website www.stopchildabusealabama.com

Mission: To strengthen families and break the cycle of child abuse and neglect by providing education and support to both parents and children.

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01/05/2021

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09/14/2020
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An update on meals provided to Birmingham City Schools students please refer to bhamcityschool.org for accurate and up to date details

BIRMINGHAM – Birmingham student scholars will be no more than a mile away from a hot meal on school days under a new plan recently announced from Birmingham City Schools.

BCS students can receive a hot meal from any school location in the district, as well as a continental breakfast for the next morning. Students’ names, grade, school and lunch number (same as last year) will be recorded by the cashier on site. Parents of any students with special dietary needs are asked to pick up their meal from their zoned school if possible.

In addition to lunch offerings at all 42 school locations in the district, the following community and church sites have been added to serve students on school days from 11a.m. to 12:45 p.m.

BIRMINGHAM - Los estudiantes académicos de Birmingham no estarán a más de una milla de una comida caliente en los días escolares bajo un nuevo plan anunciado hoy por las Escuelas de la Ciudad de Birmingham.

Además de las ofertas de lonches, los estudiantes también pueden recoger un desayuno continental en las 42 escuelas en el distrito y en varios sitios comunitarios e iglesias.

Las comidas se servirán durante los días escolares durante el período de aprendizaje a distancia, a partir de las 11 a.m. hasta las 12:45 p.m.





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One thing businesses, organizations, and agencies can do to prevent child abuse is to place sets of our fifty-one parenting tips bumper stickers on counters and tables where workers, customers, patients, and clients can help themselves. Parenting tips on vehicles will be read 1000s of times by 1000s of people of all ages for years to come! Also, businesses, organizations, and agencies can place the stickers on their fleet vehicles! Instead of a few human parenting educators in a community teaching poorly attended classes, every vehicle becomes a parenting educator doing its job day in and day out 365 days a year!! This is participatory parenting education and we hope it will be a game changer for the prevention of child abuse. Visit advancingparenting.org to read about what we do, why we do it, our big plans for the future, and how to order sets of the fifty-one parenting tips bumper stickers.
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Major shout out to instructor Melonie!! I got my certificate today, but she instructed the classes so well and used material in a way that taught everyone on different levels. Thank you so much!!!!!
What is the address for the Don Hawkins class?