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Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) work through the strength of partnership—no single professional or agency can counter child abuse on their own, and survivors need and deserve support when abuse comes to light. Being a good partner means being a good active listener, and active listening is the main medium in which CACs do their work. …

March 20, 2019
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JOB SUMMARY Our Child Abuse Pediatrician/Supervisor oversees a small team of Child Abuse Medical Providers in addition to providing medical evaluations of children suspected to be victims of abuse or neglect. Child Abuse Medical Providers also provide education to the community regarding child maltreatment and child well-being. This position utilizes a multidisciplinary team approach to …

January 23, 2019
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A National Report on Mental Health Outcomes in Children’s Advocacy Centers   NCA, along with our nationwide network of Children’s Advocacy Centers, State Chapters, and partners, have spent the last 10 years creating and executing a strategy to achieve one goal: to help kids thrive.   Evidence-based, trauma-focused mental health treatments help kids recover from …

December 18, 2018
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  Healing, Justice, & Trust: How CACs prove (and improve) their work Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) provide children and families with healing and justice in a setting they can trust. We know they do because of more than 60,000 survey responses we collect each year from caregivers and partners. NCA’s Outcome Measurement System (OMS) helps …

October 9, 2018