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The use of tele-health services—providing therapy over a computer—is changing the landscape of mental health and providing more opportunities to disseminate evidence-based treatments to underserved communities. CAC professionals in South Carolina or any state with a large number of rural counties know the many barriers faced by children and families trying to access mental health …

January 23, 2019
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Blake Warenik; 202-548-0090 x122; bwarenik@nca-online.org (WASHINGTON)—National Children’s Alliance (NCA) submitted comments today to the U.S. Department of Education opposing proposed changes to Title IX rules protecting equal access to education. NCA encourages its member Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) to submit their own comments opposing the proposed changes before the deadline on January …

January 16, 2019
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Blake Warenik; 202-548-0090 x122; bwarenik@nca-online.org (WASHINGTON)—Title IX is a federal civil rights law that requires elementary schools, high schools, colleges and universities to provide students equal access to education. Included in Title IX is the requirement that schools ensure services and safety for students after sexual harassment, including after sexual abuse and …

December 20, 2018
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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