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All CAPS services are free of charge. CAPS receives program funding from the Salina Area United Way, local service organizations, churches,
memberships, foundations, corporate grants and the annual Celebrity Benefit Auction. Local donations providing solutions to local problems!
CAPS is a 501(c)3 charitable organization with both
prevention and intervention programs designed to reduce
risk factors associated with child abuse and neglect.  Our
community collaborations respond to a variety of human
needs and conditions keeping appropriate child
development in the center of all strategies.

We are here to respond to a variety of human needs and
conditions. In order to meet these needs and to maintain our
high standards of quality services, we aim to attract and
retain highly skilled  and qualified employees.
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Improving the quality of children's lives and strengthening families through education, advocacy, and family support.
Todd Heitschmidt

Christina Trocheck

Ryan Herrman

Jenny Stack

John Quinley
Past President

Aaron Gasper

Bobbi Korgol

Curt Marshall

Danielle Norwood

John Presley

Mark Neubrand

Shawn Moreland

Teresa Martin

Executive Director:
Lori Blake
Board of Directors:
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. In support,
CAPS invites you to WEAR BLUE on Friday, April 7th,
On this day, individuals and organizations in Salina
can band together to make a visible commitment to
preventing child abuse and supporting strong families and
healthy children in our community.

One person can make a difference, and it can start with
you!  On
April 7th, WEAR BLUE  anywhere – to work, to
school, a community event, the gym, and even at home.  
Invite your friends, family, students, co-workers or even
your entire office to
WEAR BLUE too! Raise money for
CAPS by charging a fee for employees to participate in a
causal blue day.

Take a picture of yourself, your group, or company wearing
blue and share it on our Facebook page (and your page
as well), share it on twitter, and  e-mail it to Use
#WhyBlue or #capsofsalina.
Come and dance with the K-State Student Dancers!

Saturday, April 8th from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Bennington Grade School -- 223 N. Putnam; Bennington

This event is for children birth to age 6 and families.  
Each 25 minute session is full of nonstop movement.  Families
work together to learn basic tap dance steps such as the Irish,
Buffalo, Maxi Ford and Jump Shuffles.  The sessions explore
counting, rhythm making, and call and respond activities.

here to view the full flyer.

Program sponsored by KOHL's
Show your CAPS pride by
wearing your own "No Bullying"
swag. Various styles and colors
are available in youth and adult
sizes: t-shirts, tank tops, long
sleeve t-shirts, hoodies, and
baseball tees! Order through
Shirts by Francis' website