Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation


Paint the Town Blue

Napa Cope Family Center

Local businesses are taking a stand to prevent child abuse in our community. Support them by dining, shopping and sipping at Blue Ribbon Businesses in April.

Blue Ribbon Month Social Media Challenge

Napa Cope Family Center

Use your social media to do good! Post selfies at scavenger hunt locations using #GoBlueForKidsNapa for a chance to win prizes while you raise awareness about child abuse prevention!

Get outside while raising awareness about our Child Abuse Prevention Campaign. Visit and take a selfie AT any of the Blue Ribbon Businesses, then post it using #GoBlueForKidsNapa. Every photo counts as an entry to win weekly prizes throughout April and a special prize at the end of the month.

Wear Blue for Kids!

Napa Cope Family Center

Grab something BLUE and wear it on April 1 on the first day of Child Abuse Prevention month to bring awareness to child abuse and to support prevention efforts in Alameda County. Post on your favorite social media and #wearblue4kids!

Walk With Me to Prevent Child Abuse

Napa Cope Family Center

Pledge to walk/run/bike/hike 50 miles in April to raise funds and awareness for child abuse prevention.

Join Walk With Me to take a stand against child abuse and help prevent it from happening. Become a hero and keep children safe by walking 50 miles in April while raising funds to prevent child abuse in our community. Every mile you walk will honor the victims of child abuse in our community and every dollar you raise will immediately be put to use in preventing it from happening to any more children.

Making Connections: Generational Trauma webinar

Alameda Contra Costa Marin Monterey Napa Partners in Prevention San Francisco San Mateo Santa Clara Solano Sonoma Greater Bay Area Child Abuse Prevention Council Coalition

Online event

Dr. Shandi Fuller will describe the impact of generational trauma on our communities, and recommend ways to connect and support children and families who are working through trauma.

While trauma researchers have made great strides in understanding and treating single-episode present-life trauma, we are just beginning to explore the impact of generational trauma and its expression. In this presentation, Dr. Shandi Fuller will describe the impact of the transatlantic slave trade and systemic racism, and recommend ways to connect and support children and families who are working through trauma. Dr. Fuller is Deputy Health Officer/Maternal Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) Medical Director in Solano County and a consultant on equity and trauma-informed practices.

Kids Day

Napa Cope Family Center

Cope Family Center 707 Randolph Street, Napa

Fun, free family event with games, entertainment, and information and resources for parents.