Child protection in your hands

Your donations support the mission of SJPC, working in the local community in CT to prevent child abuse and to educate parents . This education helps parent to recognize and handle frustrations, family history, improve communication and to ask for help when needed.
Donations allow us to be based at The Yerwood community center in Stamford, employ additional case workers to manage every family looking for help, training of facilitators for the parenting classes, development of the parenting programs, incentives for attendance and ongoing development events.
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Ongoing Support To Prevent Child Abuse

We are grateful for your interest and support of SJPC in 2022

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that 1 in 7 children suffers abuse every year and 85% of SJPC families live below the Federal poverty level. SJPC has, for over a decade, provided parenting education and community resource support to fight isolation and insulation and change unhealthy parenting patterns to reduce child abuse and neglect.

Because of your support and donors like you:

  • SJPC opened a 2nd community center in Danbury in Q1 2022 which has outpaced projections for parents served by +31%.
  • In total across both centers,  SJPC served +20% more parents reaching 450 parents and over 1,000 children in 2022.  
  • Projections are for existing SJPC centers to serve well over 1,000 parents in the next 3 years with interest and need supporting additional SJPC community centers in more underserved CT cities.