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Pat's Place Child Advocacy Center

Pat's Place Child Advocacy Center Pat's Place is the only child advocacy center serving Mecklenburg County children. They provide a child-friendly setting where a skilled team of professionals work together under one roof to evaluate child sexual abuse allegations by offering forensic interviews, medical exams, multidisciplinary team consultation and family support. Child Advocacy...

Marin Advocates for Children

Marin Advocates for Children Marin Advocates for Children’s mission is two-fold: preventing abuse and advocating for the best interests of children. MAC has two programs: Marin Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Marin Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC). With their two programs, MAC not only advocates for the best interests of abused and neglected children, but...

Florida Network of Children's Advocacy Centers

Florida Network of Children's Advocacy Centers The Florida Network of Children's Advocacy Centers, FNCAC, is a membership organization dedicated to helping local communities respond to allegations of child abuse in ways that are effective and efficient – and put the needs of child victims first. The FNCAC provides training, support, technical assistance and leadership on a statewide level to...

Dickerson Center for Children

Dickerson Center for Children Dickerson Center for Children can offer a comprehensive and inclusive assessment and treatment plan for children and their families. The Dickerson Center helps... Reduce the trauma experienced by children who have been physically or sexually abused Gather evidence through forensic evaluation and medical examinations to assist in the prosecution...

Evergreen Consultants in Human Behavior

Evergreen Consultants in Human Behavior Attachment is the result of the bonding process that occurs between a child and caregiver during the first couple years of the child's life. The first year of life is the year of needs. The infant's primary needs are touch, eye contact, movement, smiles, and nourishment. When the infant has a need, he or she expresses the need through crying....

National Council on Crime and Delinquency

National Council on Crime and Delinquency Since 1907, NCCD has been applying research to policy and practice in criminal justice, juvenile justice, and child welfare. NCCD has formulated innovative approaches to crime control and advised hundreds of agencies on effective and cost-efficient policies, strategies, and programs. Our studies and policy recommendations in juvenile and criminal...

Center for Psychological and Educational Assessment

Center for Psychological and Educational Assessment Center for Psychological and Educational Assessment goal is to assist in improving the quality of life for children who face the challenges associated with a wide range of developmental and behavioral problems. They provide services which are tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual child. They believe that children can more fully...

The Tuscaloosa Children's Center

The Tuscaloosa Children's Center In 1988, the founding Board of Directors under the leadership of the Office of the District Attorney established Tuscaloosa County's Child Advocacy Center. The center is modeled after the National Children's Advocacy Center in Huntsville, Alabama. TCC provides forensic interviews and counseling for child abuse victims in a safe and comfortable...

Court Appointed Special Advocates of Sonoma County

Court Appointed Special Advocates of Sonoma County The Sonoma CASA Program is committed to serving the abused and neglected children in Sonoma County who come before the Juvenile Court for protection. The purpose of CASA is to humanize the complicated, unfamiliar, and frightening legal and child welfare systems for the child victim by providing a trained volunteer who will act as a consistent...

Harmony Home Children's Advocacy Center

Harmony Home Children's Advocacy Center Located in Odessa, Texas, Harmony Home Children's Advocacy Center is one of the 61 centers in Texas, and the more than 320 such facilities in the U.S. Their center has been open as a private nonprofit organization since 1993. They currently employ 6 staff members, all of whom are dedicated to helping children, their families and their community....

American Bar Association

American Bar Association Founded in 1878, the ABA is committed to supporting the legal profession with practical resources for legal professionals while improving the administration of justice, accrediting law schools, establishing model ethical codes, and more. Membership is open to lawyers, law students, and others interested in the law and the legal profession. It is...

The Child Abuse Network

The Child Abuse Network The Child Abuse Network is Tulsa's Children's Advocacy Center. CAN serves as the coordinator for the multiple agencies that interact with children of reported child abuse. The result is a collaborative and non-duplicated interagency approach to investigate abuse and protect children in crisis. The Child Abuse Network (CAN) exists to reduce the...

Tennessee Chapter of Children's Advocacy Centers

Tennessee Chapter of Children's Advocacy Centers The Tennessee Chapter of Children's Advocacy Centers is an accredited State Chapter of the National Children's Alliance, and is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization established to work with child advocacy center programs in Tennessee. TNCAC's mission is to promote, assist, and support development, growth, and continuation of child advocacy...

Shelter the Children

Shelter the Children Shelter the Children are designed to provide protection and assistance for abused and neglected children in their community since their beginnings in 1992. Vision: To shelter children in their community from abuse and neglect. Mission: To envision, develop, implement and support programs to meet child abuse prevention needs in our community. They...

National Children's Advocacy Center

National Children's Advocacy Center The National Children's Advocacy Center (NCAC) is the leading organization in the country for training child abuse professionals. The work of the NCAC serves as a beacon of hope for more than 250,000 child abuse victims every year. The NCAC is based in Huntsville, Alabama. Each year, thousands of people from the United States and around the world...