Child Abuse Prevention Starts with You and Me


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Together, we bring awareness to child abuse and neglect in our community.

Who We Are

Since 2009, the SPCCAP puts the children of South Plains first by bringing recognition to the rampant problem of childhood abuse and neglect. Our goal is to connect children and families in South Plains to the ideal assistance program that can help them to overcome a wide variety of challenges.

What We Do

We collectively organize local and national community-based family and children support programs with missions to diminish childhood abuse through advocacy, collaboration, and education (ACE) and make these programs easily accessible to any person who might need them.


Support our mission by annually participating in GO BLUE LUBBOCK County efforts or supporting local agencies that provide child/abuse neglect prevention and intervention services.

Our Mission

The South Plains Coalition for Child Abuse Prevention (SPCCAP) was organized in 2009 to address growing concerns in Lubbock County and the surrounding region related to the high rate of occurrence of child abuse and neglect.

The Coalition represents a collection of community-based entities with a mission focused on the prevention of child abuse through advocacy, community outreach/collaborations and education (ACE). The signature project of the Coalition is the annual GO BLUE LUBBOCK effort held each April in conjunction with National Child Abuse Awareness Month.

The efforts include getting the Lubbock County area to wear blue to bring recognition to the children victimized by abuse and neglect as well as a community wide effort provide information on resources available to families to assist in the prevention of abuse/neglect and to encourage community based education. 

GO BLUE LUBBOCK efforts for the last ten years have included an annual Child Abuse Conference held in collaboration with Covenant Children’s Hospital.