Phelps County Child Advocacy Network launches new website, hosts virtual party

From left: James Lewis, Chloe Myers, Anita Carroll and Bohannon Rafter.

In attendance were several employees of Prevention Consultants of Missouri, a local nonprofit involved with PCCAN, as well as the website creator, James Lewis of Fresh Eyes Inc. 

The creation of the website is one of the many initiatives of a large federal grant awarded to PCCAN earlier this year titled “Drug Free Communities.” The website includes blogs written by local stakeholders and experts, a history of PCCAN, drug information, childcare tips, mental health resources, and more. 

Some of the other initiatives include launching a drug-free community campaign and drug education in local schools. 

The week building up to the launch party on Aug. 14,  PCCAN held daily giveaways on Facebook. The prizes included gift certificates to Kokomo Joe’s, Soda and Scoops, Tiger Shark Water Park, and Donut King. Also included in the giveaway were two bowling certificates  donated by Coach Lite Lanes. 

For more information about PCCAN and their initiatives: go to and/or follow Phelps County Child Advocacy Network on Facebook. 

Phelps County Child Advocacy Network (PCCAN) is a local collaborative in Phelps County, Missouri. Through various campaigns, projects and partnerships the mission of PCCAN is to increase public awareness and effective community action in the prevention of child abuse and neglect and the reduction of youth substance use.

From Phelps County Child Advocacy Network's launch party on Aug. 14.