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Ginnie’s House Children’s Advocacy Center

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Ginnie’s House Children’s Advocacy Center
High Street, P.O. Box 3156
newton, NJ 07860
United States
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Phone
973-579-0770
Website
http://www.ginnieshouse.org/



Ginnie’s House Children’s Advocacy Center

Ginnie’s House Children’s Advocacy Center was opened in Spring 1998 and is situated in the center of the Town of Newton, Sussex County, New Jersey. The Center is in the historic Park Building located near the Sussex County Prosecutor’s Office, Sussex District Office of the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services, Sussex County Judicial Complex, Sussex County Sheriff’s Office and other human services agencies. The building was made available and is maintained by the Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders. The Center is available to children in Sussex County who may have been sexually or physically abused, assaulted, or witnessed a violent crime, including domestic violence. They provide a safe, child friendly environment for child abuse investigations, and treatment. They provide a multi-disciplinary team response to child abuse allegations, working with child abuse victims and other community service providers that include; Law Enforcement, Child Protective Services, Medical & Mental Health Professionals, Victim Advocates, Social Service providers, to enhance services to child abuse victims and their families.

The Center is a nationally accredited and full member of the National Children’s Alliance, located in Washington, D.C. Currently there are 700 Children’s Advocacy Centers throughout the United States. The centers were established to avoid the re-victimization of children during the disclosure and investigation process.

The Ginnie’s House Children’s Advocacy Center is a New Jersey non-profit corporation. The Board of Directors is comprised of representatives from participating agencies, educators, business and community leaders. The Board oversees the operation of the Center and is dedicated to increasing community awareness of child abuse and its prevention.

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