Prevent Child Abuse Iowa serves as an administrator of funding from the Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS) to organizations providing essential services across the state. Between the Iowa Child Abuse Prevention Program (ICAPP) and the Community Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP) Program, more than $3 million in DHS grant money is distributed to local community groups every year.
By supporting the missions of these partner organizations, PCA Iowa strengthens communities to build protective factors that prevent abuse and neglect.
Learn more about the goals and programs supported through ICAPP and CAPP below.
OUR GRANT PROGRAMS
Iowa Child Abuse Prevention Program
The Iowa Child Abuse Prevent Program (ICAPP) provides grants to organizations that prevent child abuse through community development, parent development, crisis care services, home visitations and sexual abuse prevention.Program Overview
Community Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention
Community Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP) is a holistic program that provides evidence-based programs to at-risk youth to address health disparities and promote adolescents’ sexual health.Program Overview
IMPORTANT information to help you advance your community based work
- Iowa Data: Illegal Drug-Related Abuse Cases Report (2014-2017) Download PDF
- Iowa Data: County Demographic Data Report (2017) Download PDF
- Iowa Data: Exposure to Dangerous Substances Report (2017) Download PDF
- Iowa Data: Child Abuse by Age (2014-2017) Download PDF
- Iowa Data: Child Abuse Cases by County (2017) Download PDF
- Iowa Data: Physical Injury Cases Report (2014-2017) Download PDF
- Iowa Data: Sexual Abuse & Offender Cases Report (2013-2016) Download PDF
- Areas Served in Iowa Child Abuse Prevention Program Download PDF