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What is DCCTF?

D.C. Children’s Trust Fund (DCCTF) is a public/private partnership established in 1993 through legislation passed by the District of Columbia City Council and authorized by the Mayor. The legislation created a nonprofit organization designed to stimulate innovative programs to prevent child abuse and neglect. The mission of the D.C. Children’s Trust Fund is to foster the well-being of the District’s children and their families by leading the way toward the prevention of child abuse and neglect. DCCTF serves as a catalyst for prevention efforts by leveraging private and governmental resources to provide support and technical assistance to community-based organizations, schools, and churches to strengthen families and thereby reduce the risk of child abuse. For support and empowerment, call the National Parent Helpline®: 1-855-4A-PARENT (1-855-427-2796).

DCCTF is the accredited Parents Anonymous® site in Washington, DC. Parents Anonymous, Inc.® is a National Organization that promotes mutual support and parent leadership in order to build and support strong, safe families. Click here to view current parent support groups and children & youth groups.

Evidence-based Parents Anonymous® Programs include a weekly support group for Adults and other Caregivers and a specialized Children & Youth Group established on the principles of mutual support, personal growth, parent leadership and shared leadership® that reduces risk, increases protective factors, and improves outcomes to strengthen families.



CICC's Effective Black Parenting Training 2017

Where: DC Children's Trust Fund
1112 11th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
When: August 28th - September 1st
Time: Starts at 9:00 AM (Attendees please arrive at 8:45 AM)
Price: $1,395.00
On Arrival: You may call (202) 997-9750

This full week workshop provides you with the professional training and educational materials to teach parenting classes in this evidenced-based, national model program.

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