Special Thanks to Impact 100 for providing the seed funds for making this possible!


All the trainings and programs we offer:

  • Child Safety Matters

  • Teen Safety Matters

  • Mandatory Reporting

  • Drug Endangered Children (DEC)

  • Smart Device Class

  • Darkness to Light

Danielle Jacka
With any questions at
850-833-9237 ext.233 or danielle@eccac.org

Child safety matters


MBF Prevention Education Programs are practical and effective safety programs for children and teens.

1 out of 4 children will be victimized in their lifetime. However, most types of abuse is preventable through education. MBF Prevention Education Programs, including MBF Child Safety Matters™ for elementary schools and MBF Teen Safety Matters™ for middle schools are comprehensive, research-based, primary prevention programs, that educate and empower students and all relevant adults with information and strategies to prevent, recognize, and respond appropriately to bullying, cyberbullying, digital dangers, and all types of child abuse and exploitation. Help us protect all children. Every child deserves to be safe!

Contact Danielle Jacka for more information at danielle@eccac.org, or call 850.833.9237 x233.

Darkness to Light

A nationally recognized child abuse prevention program that places the responsibility of preventing child abuse on the adult. Darkness to Light prevention training is offered through the Emerald Coast Children's Advocacy Center. Call Tom Dunn at 850.833.9237 ext. 226 for more information.

Smart Device Classes

FREE classes for parents that addresses “smart” technology, smart devices, and how to better protect our children. This class content is geared for parents, and may not be appropriate for the children.

ECCAC is working with Verizon and the Walton and Okaloosa Counties Sheriff’s Office to present this timely 30 minute workshop, followed by a 30 minute question/answer session.

Contact Danielle Jacka to RSVP, find out for more information, and when/where the next class will be scheduled at danielle@eccac.org, or call 850.833.9237 x233