Blue Ribbon Champions
Blue Ribbon Champions
Honoring individuals who promote children’s health development by preventing abuse and neglect.
In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month, in April 2020, the Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) of Napa County will honor individuals from across the valley for exceptional contributions to the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Nominations for this recognition are welcome from government agencies, community organizations and law enforcement.
The vision of the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Napa County is that we are a mirror of our unique community, reflecting our diversity, resilience and hope. We use innovation, creativity and collaboration to build a nurturing and safe environment for every child, family and future generations in our community and beyond. Through a commitment to teamwork, communication and coordination, CAPC can accomplish what no one individual or organization can do on its own. Through the support of family-oriented, community-based prevention, awareness, education and training programs, CAPC members strives to improve the health, safety and well-being of all children in Napa County.
Blue Ribbon Champions are shining examples of people working in Napa County to prevent child abuse and neglect by strengthening families. The Blue Ribbon award is an opportunity to honor champions for children across the valley who work tirelessly, often without fanfare or recognition, to improve the lives of our most vulnerable citizens.
The Nomination Form is available HERE.
To recognize a professional advocate who has made a significant contribution to child abuse prevention and helps vulnerable families in the City of Napa and American Canyon.
Up Valley Professional Advocate:
To recognize a professional advocate who has made a significant contribution to child abuse prevention and helps vulnerable families in St. Helena and Calistoga.
To recognize an individual from one of Napa County’s criminal justice departments who displays outstanding service and who has made an exceptional and lasting contribution to child abuse prevention.
To honor a youth who has demonstrated commitment and dedication to helping children and families in our community.
To honor a local business that makes a lasting impact by supporting the Child Abuse Prevention Council’s mission and promotes safe, stable and nurturing environments for children, youth and families.
Blue Ribbon Champions will be honored at the Child Abuse Prevention Council’s inaugural Save Jane event on Thursday, April 2nd.Save Jane will shed light on the many cases of abuse child maltreatment in Napa County. To encourage taking a stand against child abuse, influential community leaders will read the names and ages of children reported as abused in Napa County in 2019 as “Jane Doe” and “John Doe” to protect identities. Through the Save Jane campaign, our community will recognize the magnitude and prevalence of child maltreatment in Napa County.
IT’S TIME ... TO TALK ABOUT IT! CONNECT. RESPECT. PREVENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND CHILD ABUSE.