The Society for the Protection and Care of Children
The Society for the Protection and Care of Children (SPCC) has been providing critical services to children and families since it was founded in 1875, just five days after the first SPCC was established in New York City. SPCC’s main office is located in a home nestled in the residential Corn Hill neighborhood. SPCC has a team of dedicated staff who are committed to providing quality, evidenced based services through both our home-based and community-based programs, to children and their parents whose lives have been interrupted by traumas such as child abuse, neglect, domestic violence, fatalities and poverty. Currently, SPCC has a menu of 8 programs which together serve over 8,000 individuals a year, and the Finger Lakes WIC program that serves over 5,000 clients in Eastern Monroe, Wayne, Ontario, and Yates and Seneca counties each month.
The 8 programs include:
SPCC cultivates a strong and thriving community by providing exceptional services to children and families.
SPCC Website: http://www.spcc-roch.org/
The Kickball League of Rochester players helped raise $3,850 for The Society for the Protection and Care of Children during the Spring 2012 season.