Talking to Children About Violence

As an association dedicated to helping children and families, our thoughts and prayers are with the children, families, and communities impacted by violence around the globe and here at home.

In hopes of helping children and families deal with violence, we've compiled the following resources:


2017 AACAP Election

AACAP Voting

The 2017 AACAP election of President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, two Councilors-at-Large, and two Nominating Committee Members is now open! The election will run through 11:59:59 pm EST on May 31, 2017.

Read about the candidates (requires AACAP login).

To vote, click on the icon (right) and use the personalized login credentials sent to you from Intelliscan.


In Response to "13 Reasons Why"

AACAP is actively sharing the following resources on social media in response to this controversial Netflix series about teen suicide. Follow @AACAP on Twitter to stay up-to-date.

AACAP Facts for Families:

Other Resources:


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