OSDH office of Child Abuse Prevention asks for public input on child abuse prevention plan

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The Oklahoma State Department of Health’s Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) is asking for input from public and private agencies, organizations, private citizens and consumers to monitor and enhance the development of a statewide comprehensive child abuse prevention plan.

Parent Promise/Prevent Child Abuse Oklahoma partners with OCAP to provide home-based parent education and support services in Oklahoma County.

OCAP is asking for input from individuals by having them complete an online survey that is available in both English and Spanish.

 “This is an opportunity for individuals in Oklahoma communities to share information on community resources that exist and those that are needed. We want to know what you think works best to protect children in your community and across the state,” said Sherie Trice, CBCAP grant coordinator with the OSDH. “We’ve also included a new section on challenges and strengths gleaned during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The responses from the surveys will help inform the development of the Oklahoma State Plan for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect.

OCAP is asking the public to share information and the survey link with others so that they can provide input on child abuse and prevention activities and programs in the area.he Oklahoma State Department of Health’s Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) is asking for input from public and private agencies, organizations, private citizens and consumers to monitor and enhance the development of a statewide comprehensive child abuse prevention plan.

OCAP is asking for input from individuals by having them complete an online survey that is available in both English and Spanish.

“This is an opportunity for individuals in Oklahoma communities to share information on community resources that exist and those that are needed. We want to know what you think works best to protect children in your community and across the state,” said Sherie Trice, CBCAP grant coordinator with the OSDH. “We’ve also included a new section on challenges and strengths gleaned during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The responses from the surveys will help inform the development of the Oklahoma State Plan for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect.

OCAP is asking the public to share information and the survey link with others so that they can provide input on child abuse and prevention activities and programs in the area.

The survey deadline is Friday, Sept. 11. Please help by filling out this survey found HERE

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