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CAPS Office is Closed

CAPS follows the emergency closings of USD 305 Salina Public Schools because of the impact that has on the families we serve. To take precaution surrounding the coronavirus, The office is closed to the public from Monday, March 16 – Friday, March 20, 2020 including Respite Child Care. Staff is to limit client interactions to…
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To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, CAPS has decided to postpone all classes starting between March 16 and 20.  As advice from local health professionals continues, we will update the status of these classes.  The Incredible Years: Parents and Babies class for the spring will be cancelled due to the higher risk for new…
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Healthy Lifestyles

“These young women absolutely rock the world with their honesty, compassion, wisdom and fierceness! The world will be in such good hands when these brave, smart ones run it! It is our profound joy to get to work alongside them in “Healthy Lifestyles”. Thank you for your incredible leadership!” – Vicki Price, Education Director, exclaims…
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Columbine Victim’s Father to Speak at CAPS Dinner

OCTOBER 3, 2019 BY NEWS RELEASE Tickets are now on sale for the 5th annual Every Child Matters Dinner. The evening aims to connect the community to child abuse prevention and intervention work completed by CAPS staff in eight programs. The event is scheduled for Oct. 15 at the Hilton Garden Inn, and will begin…
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CAPS Receives Portion of $13M in Grant Awards

OCTOBER 1, 2019 BY NEWS RELEASE  Grants will help families prevent the need for foster care TOPEKA — Kansas families will now have access to strong evidence-based programs designed to prevent the need for foster care. Tuesday, Governor Laura Kelly along with Department for Children and Families Secretary Laura Howard awarded 18 agencies from across…
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CAPS featured on PULSE

Vicki Price from Child Advocacy & Parenting Services wants kids to know how powerful they are in being able to stop bullying before it goes too far. Listen in as she explains the thoughts behind bullying and how your reaction to it can stop it from happening. The PULSE is sponsored by Salina Regional Health…
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Little Supporter, Big Donation

This generous little CAPS supporter brought us donations from his birthday party. Thanks Avion!

Comic Con 2019

We’ve had so much fun at Comic Con. Thanks to Clint and Doug Randolph for remembering the kids who need a voice.


Our partners, Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) are here supporting survivors at Ad Astra. Come join us!

Happy Bear Debut

Happy Bear makes her debut for this school year today at the Salina Public Library. Parents and children ages 3-8 will learn personal safety skills. Come join her!

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