Community Partnerships for Protecting Children
Collaborative community networks for child safety and family well-being.
Maine’s CPPC Network is broad base of organizations and people who act on the belief that child safety and family well-being are not the responsibility of state government alone. Our shared purpose is to strengthen families who are experiencing high levels of stress.
Children have told us, “if you want to help me, help my family.” We work together to leverage resources and maximize supports for the most vulnerable children and families in our communities. Our goal is to close the gaps that exist in our communities when we operate in isolation.
Network partners also collaborate to inform local and state public policy, and to promote increased community investment in Maine’s children and families.
For more information or to get involved, please contact one of our lead partner organizations.
“When organizations succeed in joining forces for the greater good, when the shared purpose comes first, the results can exponentially exceed what any single group can achieve on its own.”
Paul Vandeventer, Networks that Work