Driving change through prevention. One child at a time.

Driving change through prevention. One child at a time.


of victims know their perpetrators

1 in 4 girls and
1 in 6 boys

in Utah will experience child maltreatment or abuse during childhood

In Utah


children confirmed as victims of abuse and neglect in 2022


Reports are anonymous, so call us today for help in any case of child maltreatment. The trained professionals of the CJC and Department of Child and Family Services will guide you through the reporting process, while the CJC House provides a resource for victims and their families during the investigation process.

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The Friends of the Children’s Justice Center is on an unwavering mission to increase awareness and support for victims of maltreatment and their families. By providing opportunities to learn, building strong community partnerships, and offering children and families a safe place after a report has been made, The Friends of CJC is driving change through prevention — one child at a time.

The Impact in Summit County

People Served in 2022
People Served in 2023 (YTD)


The Friends of CJC is part of a powerful movement that encourages everyone to help us ensure our kids can be kids — but we need your help. Explore the different ways you can support our mission to protect the children of Summit County.


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Reporting can be anonymous, so don’t hesitate to act now. If you even suspect child maltreatment, call us today. You can make a difference.

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