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CAPS receives beautiful quilts for kids

CAPS receives beautiful quilts for kids

Kids end up in foster care because something is happening in their family that creates an unsafe environment. Many times the situation involves trauma to the child. How can we love these kids? There are many ways, but Twilight Douma chose to use her gift of quilting...

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What you can do to prevent child abuse in April

(Photo: Elkhart County Juvenile Court Magistrate Deborah Domine speaks as CAPS President/CEO Candy Yoder looks on Wednesday, March 30, at CAPS. Yoder and Domine spoke to a crowd who had come to help plant pinwheels, the symbol of a happy and healthy childhood, for...

Join us to plant pinwheels and #RallyForChildren!

April is a big month for CAPS: National Child Abuse Prevention Month is a time for the entire community to be mindful of their role in keeping our children safe. Whether you are a parent or not, whether you work with children or not, you are part of the big picture...

Register Now for the CAPS Superhero 5K!

April 11, 2015, was a day of heroics and family fun as more than 500 runners and walkers descended upon Studebaker Park in Elkhart for the first-annual CAPS Superhero 5K Run/Walk and Sidekick Kids Fun Run. The trails blazed brightly with colorful capes, cowls and...

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