With MCAP Happenings Blog we hope to engage even more of you, the people in our community, in our work to end and prevent child abuse in Montgomery County.
You’re a 15-year-old girl. Your life is constantly in danger as you are forced to make money for your trafficker. One night you’re brought in by the police and they suspect you might be a trafficking victim. You’re taken to a facility where you sleep in a clean bed, alone, for […]Learn More
As you know, MCAP’s primary work is to provide child victims of abuse, neglect, and trafficking with their very own free, professional lawyer. These lawyers – thoroughly trained and background-checked by MCAP – meet with and listen to their child clients, attend court dates with them, connect them with the […]Learn More
Thanks to your support, MCAP is helping kids like Jack* escape abuse. This story is about a two-year-old child abuse victim named Jack*. Jack’s story begins when the police were called for a domestic violence incident between his mother, Sue*, and her boyfriend, Fred*. During their investigation, police discovered that Fred had fractured Jack’s leg […]Learn More
It’s #GivingTuesday, that day of the year when we ask you to help MCAP in our mission to end and prevent child abuse and neglect in Montgomery County. This year, Sarah Klein, MCAP’s 2018 honoree at our Salute to Heroes Dinner Dance & Auction and newest board member, is helping […]Learn More
Over the last year MCAP has been using social media more than ever. We posted and shared on Facebook, revved up our Tweeting game, and even did a couple of Facebook Lives! Social media is so important for a small, budget-conscious nonprofit like MCAP. It extends our reach far beyond […]Learn More