The Kentucky Child Victims’ Trust Fund (CVTF) provides funding for child sexual abuse prevention programs. The CVTF awards grant funding to regional and statewide prevention programs that utilize innovative strategies to provide children with personal safety skills, teach adults how to keep children safe from child sexual abuse and exploitation, and inform the public about mandatory reporting of suspected child abuse. The CVTF also provides partial reimbursement for child sexual abuse medical exams at children’s advocacy centers across the state.
The Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Board (CSAEP Board), a 170(c)(1) non-profit organization, oversees the CVTF. The CVTF prevention activities and child advocacy programs are funded through private donations, proceeds from the purchase of “I Care About Kids” license plates and donations made through the state income tax refund check-off program.
Help reduce the incidence and the impact of child sexual abuse in Kentucky.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Sept. 17, 2018) – Today Attorney General Andy Beshear presented Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky (PCAK) with more than $32,000 to help the program continue to combat child sexual abuse in Kentucky.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (May 21, 2018) – Child protection agencies in northern and western Kentucky will be able to train even more children, families and communities on how to prevent child abuse thanks to over $70,000 in grant funding provided by the Child Victims’ Trust Fund, Attorney General Andy Beshear announced today.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Jan. 31, 2018) - One of the simplest ways to help prevent child abuse in Kentucky is to check the box on the state income tax refund form and designate a portion to the Child Victims’ Trust Fund, said Attorney General Andy Beshear.