Annual Reports

NCA’s Annual Reports document the organization’s growth and achievements over the years. Some highlights from the 2016 Annual Report include:

  • A national map of our 565 Accredited Member CACs now partnering with the FBI to serve children in federal investigations, like victims of trafficking and child pornography
  • Progress on NCA 2020: our current five-year strategic plan
  • Data demonstrating the value of CACs from more than 60,000 caregivers and partners
  • An annual timeline of our accomplishments
  • Stats, acknowledgements, messages from our leadership & more

2016 Annual Report Cover PageYou can view the complete Annual Report, as well as reports from prior years, by clicking on the links below:

​NCA 2016 Annual Report

NCA 2015 Annual Report

NCA 2014 Annual Report

NCA 2013 Annual Report

NCA 2012 Annual Report

NCA 2011 Annual Report

Children’s Advocacy Centers make a difference in the lives of children each and every day.  And each and every day, NCA stands beside its members – now numbering 795 and counting in all 50 states – to ensure that CACs, MDTs and Chapter organizations receive the training, technical assistance and support they need to better serve abused children in their local communities.

NCA works with its members to minimize trauma for abused children, break the cycle of abuse and hold offenders accountable by offering services in the following 5 areas:

  • Accreditation
  • Community Awareness and Advocacy
  • Training & Technical Assistance
  • Funding
  • Membership

Communities across the country have embraced the CAC model, because they know it is as efficient as it is effective.  Even in the face of tough economic circumstances, NCA’s membership has continued to grow – by over 193% since 2000.  Fifteen states have 100% service coverage, and two-thirds of all counties in America have access to a CAC.  And, like its member centers, NCA makes efficient use of its funds - for every dollar of revenue NCA receives, 90 cents goes back out to local CACs, MDTs and state Chapters to ensure that abused children receive the services they need.