Creating An Impact Strengthening Families. Nurturing Children.

Providing free programs and services that strengthen families since 1989, Prevent Child Abuse Bulloch has made and continues to make a huge impact on the community. Georgia is ranked 38th in the nation in Child and Family Well-Being according to the latest Kids Count Data® Book by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. However, Georgia is ranked 1st in the nation in Small Businesses. Through public awareness, programming and collaborations with Community and State Partners, Prevent Child Abuse Bulloch is working to change the state’s 38th ranking in Child and Family Well-Being.


Below is a list of our collaborators and links to additional resources

  • Bulloch County Department of Family and Children Services

  • Bulloch County Board of Education

  • Area Christians Together in Service (ACTS)

  • Area Churches

  • First Readers

  • Ogeechee Technical College

  • Safe Haven

  • Fostering Bulloch

  • Statesboro Herald

  • United Way of Southeast Georgia

  • Consumer Credit Counseling

  • Franklin Toyota

  • Region 12 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Plan Committee

  • Head Start

  • Downtown Statesboro Rotary Club

  • Statesboro Rotary Club

  • Choices of the Heart Pregnancy Resource Center

  • Bulloch County Commission on Human Services - Family Connection Collaborative

  • Blue Print for Family First Georgia)

Connect With Resources

Strengthening Families

ACES - Trauma Informed Care

1-800-CHILDREN Helpline

Learn More About Our Programs

Back To School Supply Drive


During the month of July Prevent Child Abuse Bulloch and United Way of Southeast Georgia host their annual Back to School Supply Drive.

diapers bank


Prevent Child Abuse Bulloch has created a diaper bank for the Statesboro/Bulloch County community. At this time diapers are distributed to families in need by the agency’s staff and volunteers.

first steps


First Steps Georgia provides universal support services to expectant parents, parents and any caregiver for a child less than five-years-old.



Pinwheels for Prevention© is a national public awareness campaign during Child Abuse Prevention Month every April.

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