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Child Abuse Prevention

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Child Protective Services (CPS)
Lewis County Department of Social Services

5274 Outer Stowe Street
Lowville, NY

Investigates reports of suspected abuse and maltreatment of children in Lewis County received from the NY State Central Registry for Child Abuse and Maltreatment. Caseworkers assess multiple risk factors and the safety of the children involved to determine if the family needs assistance in order to …

Child Protective Services (CPS)
Onondaga County Department of Children and Family Services

421 Montgomery Street
Civic Center, 8th Floor
Syracuse, NY

Receives and investigates reports of alleged abuse and/or neglect of children under 18 years of age. Provides referrals and/or monitor services as needed and petitions Family Court on behalf of children in need of protection.

Child Protective Services (CPS)
Oswego County Department of Social Services

100 Spring Street
Mexico, NY

Investigates reports of suspected abuse and maltreatment of children in Oswego County received from the NY State Central Registry for Child Abuse and Maltreatment. Caseworkers assess multiple risk factors and the safety of the children involved to determine if the family needs assistance in order …

Child Protective Services (CPS)
Saint Lawrence County Department of Social Services

6 Judson Street
Canton, NY

Receives and investigates reports of alleged abuse and/or neglect of children under 18 years of age. Provides referrals and/or monitor services as needed and petitions Family Court on behalf of children in need of protection.

Community Awareness and Prevention
McMahon / Ryan Child Advocacy Center

601 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY

Works to increase community awareness and understanding of child abuse regarding the extent of abuse in the community and the services available to respond to and prevent abuse.

Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
Army Community Service (ACS)

1780 Restore Hope Avenue
Fort Drum, NY

Provides services and support to families through education and outreach with the aim of preventing abuse and neglect, cultivating healthy relationships, reducing stress and anger issues, providing parenting support, and building life skills.

Family Assessment Response (FAR) Protective Services
Oswego County Department of Social Services

100 Spring Street
Mexico, NY

Provides an alternate response to the traditional child protective investigation. Reports received from the NY State Central Registry for Child Abuse and Maltreatment may be handled as a FAR case. Child safety is achieved through family engagement and collaborative partnerships. Families lead the …

Jefferson County Child Protective Services (CPS)
Jefferson County Department of Social Services

250 Arsenal Street
Watertown, NY

Receives and investigates reports of alleged abuse and/or neglect of children under 18 years of age. Provides referrals and/or monitor services as needed and petitions Family Court on behalf of children in need of protection.

Services to Aid Families (SAF)
Oswego County Opportunities (OCO)

75 East First Street
Midtown Plaza
Oswego, NY

Provides prevention, intervention, and education services. Offers community, professional, and school-based education on domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and dating violence. Provides advocacy, accompaniment, referrals, emergency shelter, crisis intervention, counseling, and …

Stewards of Children
YMCA of Greater Syracuse

340 Montgomery Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers a child sexual abuse prevention and awareness program that teaches adults how to recognize the danger signs and to respond responsibly.

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