JWRC and NCPTC join Zero Abuse Project (ZAP)

JWRC and NCPTC join Zero Abuse Project (ZAP)

We are pleased to announce Jacob Wetterling Resource Center (JWRC) and the programs of National Child Protection Training Center (NCPTC) are now a part of the Zero Abuse Project (ZAP)!

ZAP is a 501©(3) public charity based in St Paul, MN, committed to education, training, and survivor support in order to eradicate child sex abuse and remedy its resulting harms. Victor Vieth, founder and former senior director of National Child Protection Training Center at Gundersen, is ZAP’s Director of Research and Education.

Together with the entire staff of the Zero Abuse Project, I look forward to incorporating NCPTC’s education and training programs, with the current JWRC/NCPTC staff, into our organization, as well as continuing this important body of work.”

Jeff Dion, CEO, Zero Abuse Project

Prior to joining the Zero Abuse Project as Chief Executive Officer, Jeff spent more than 20 years at the National Center for Victims of Crime where he executed numerous funding and outreach projects with great results.

What does this mean for you?

You will see some website changes, but ZAP is fully committed to continuing the child abuse prevention education work of NCPTC. For training and faculty speaking event inquiries, or general questions, contact [email protected].

We invite you to join Jeff and ZAP staff, including Victor Vieth, Rita Farrell, Alison Feigh, Jane Straub, Abbey Lowenstein and Suzanne Severson at the Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP) Summit, February 6-8, 2019, in Orlando, Florida.