Children's Trust Fund (CTF)


Established by the Michigan Legislature through Public Act 249/250 of 1982, The Michigan Children's Trust Fund is Michigan’s Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America. CTF serves as a voice for Michigan's children and families and promotes their health, safety, and welfare by funding effective local programs and services that prevent child abuse and neglect.

The Children's Trust Fund currently partners with 73 local prevention councils that serve all of Michigan's 83 counties. CPCAN is Jackson County’s council.

For contact information for the various locations read a List of all the Local Councils in a pdf or visit their interactive Michigan map of CTF funded programs. Emily S. Wachsberger serves as the grant monitor for CTF Local Councils. You may reach her at 517-335-0671.