How We Invest Resources​​

Annually, the Prevention Board creates a Community Investment Plan​​ reflecting its policy, program, professional development, and public awareness priorities. The grants awarded through the Community Investment Plan follow a competitive grant-making process. This process must be transparent and accountable in order to be effective stewards of public funds.  Current priorities span the following: 

  • Programming, including parent education, child sexual abuse prevention, abusive head trauma prevention, Parent Cafes, and other parenting supports.​
  • Family Resource Center
  • Public Awareness
  • Research and Evaluation
  • Professional Development
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Community Investment Report - ​​​​​​state fiscal year 2022

The SFY22 Community Investment Report​ ​has information about the funding opportunities and investments during the previous state fiscal year. The Family Resource Centers, community-based agencies, Tribes, and ​others that received funding report ​on their direct services. ​

Current list of grantees​​. There is an interactive map below with locations and service areas. To learn more about the Prevention Boards grant program, see Grants. ​

​Fiscal Year 2023 Grantee Map

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Twenty percent of the Prevention Board’s funding is from the Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grant). Points of view expressed do not necessarily represent the official positions of the financial sponsors.