Maryland Enough Abuse Campaign
The Family Tree serves as the lead agency of the multi-sector Maryland Partnership to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse (MPPCSA), created to oversee the planning and implementation of the Maryland Enough Abuse Campaign. Its mission is to prevent child sexual abuse by engaging adults and mobilizing communities in effective prevention efforts at the state and local levels.
The Enough Abuse Campaign initiative in Maryland was made available by the generous support initially provided by the Ms. Foundation for Women in 2011. Support was also provided by the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention and from the community through fundraising.
The MPPCSA, a strong collaborative of 23 diverse members including government and private sector leaders, is a statewide body that has guided the activities, monitored progress and continuously educated its members on the complex issues of child sexual abuse (CSA) and prevention. Dozens of local volunteers were trained to facilitate the Enough Abuse curricula, and they have trained hundreds of community members and professionals.
About the Family Tree
The Family Tree leads Maryland in preventing child abuse, connects caring communities, and builds strong families to improve society for generations.
As the Maryland chapter of Parents Anonymous®, Prevent Child Abuse America and The National Exchange Club, the Family Tree nurtures hope where there may be none and gives it room to grow and flourish.
If you or your organization would like to host or take part in a training, contact The Family Tree at 410-889-2300 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more, visit: https://www.familytreemd.org/programs/trainings/.
Local Enough Abuse Sites were established in Talbot County through the Talbot County Children’s Advocacy Center as well as in Worcester county through the Cricket Center/Worcester County Children’s Advocacy Center.
Whether you identify as a victim, survivor, or as someone working through the trauma of sexual abuse, know that you are not alone, you are not to blame for what happened, and support is available to help you on your journey to healing.
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