Phone Call

We would like to speak with a Website Expert

Violence Prevention

This project was


Sep 19, 2017

Matched with:

Ken H.

What We'd Like To Talk About

We would like some feedback on our website in terms of design and content.

  • Estimated Time: 1 hour
  • "Phone Calls" are 1 hour, one-time calls with an organization. Learn the difference between volunteering on a Phone Call and a Project here.

Our Mission

CAPS is a leading volunteer organization dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and bullying, and provider of youth violence prevention and child safety education to school age children. Using the power of professionally trained volunteers, CAPS presents prevention through education programs in classrooms across Long Island. Our Bully Prevention Center provides coaching and strategies to children, families and educators dealing with egregious cases of bullying. Our mission: Working together to keep every child safe from harm.

What We Do

Each year Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) touches the lives of more than 40,000 Long Island children with our prevention-through-education programs for elementary, middle and high school students - programs that prevent bullying, child abuse, date rape, sexual harassment and promote Internet safety. Since 1982, our professionally trained community volunteers have been presenting these dynamic cutting-edge programs with compassion and sensitivity, creating “safe havens” in classrooms from East Rockaway to East Hampton, where children feel secure and comfortable to talk about some of the most difficult, sensitive, personal issues affecting their lives. Our CAPS Bully Prevention Center, launched in September 2010, is an innovative program that responds to the growing needs of parents, children and educators to address the difficult problem of bullying and cyberbullying. This program offers parents a place to turn to for help if their child is a target of bullying; it creates student leadership teams in high schools and middle schools across LI to reduce the incidence of bullying in our schools; it provides parent education workshops on issues of child safety, and professional development for school personnel. And for the past two years, CAPS has been working with educators in schools across the state to implement best practices to fulfill the regulations of The Dignity for All Students Act, NYS’ anti-bullying legislation.

It was a pleasure speaking with Ken. He was very knowledgeable, helpful and had some great suggestions. I appreciated his following up with more information and links.
Alane Fagin
Alane F.

Project Manager

Website Phone Call

(No testimonial has been submitted by Ken)