SACRAMENTO-BASED CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION CENTER ENDORSES ROCKY
SACRAMENTO—The Child Abuse Prevention Center (CAP) today endorsed Rocky Chavez in his race for the California Assembly, District 76. The CAP Center is an organization with a 30 year history of preventing child abuse, neglect and abandonment through three core strategies: Safety, Education and Advocacy.
The CAP Center has a critical voice on public policy issues involving child safety and families, and the center’s mission of child abuse prevention creates long term benefits for children and families – and for society.
“Rocky Chavez is the right candidate to represent children and families,” said CAP Center President and CEO Sheila Boxley. “Throughout Rocky’s career, he’s been involved in programs to prevent family violence – and he’s personally served as a mentor to children facing challenges.”
In its advocacy role, the CAP Center strives to build a statewide network of individuals, public policymakers and collaborative agencies dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect in all its forms. For more information on the CAP Center and to find out how you can get involved, visit www.thecapcenter.org.
“The CAP Center’s mission is so critical for families in California and across the nation,” Chavez said. “I’m proud to stand with the CAP Center as an advocate for children.”
Chavez is seeking to represent the 76th California Assembly District, which includes the cities of Oceanside, Vista, Carlsbad and Encinitas. The Chavez campaign is focused on jobs and the economy, education, veterans, and government efficiency. Chavez served as a Marine for more than twenty-eight years, retiring as a Colonel. He then went on to serve nearly a decade on the Oceanside City Council before leading the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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