Legislative Advocacy For CACs

NCA member benefits & resources that help improve your practice, from gaining and maintaining the accreditation that speaks to funders and lawmakers, to tools to benchmark your programs, to trainings and programs that help your CAC serve kids better.

Act Now

CACs need your help

Your voice is powerful and makes a difference. Please lend your voice now by calling on Congress to support CACs.

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Our positions

As child abuse experts, as well as the national voice for CACs in Washington, NCA champions the CAC message in the halls of Congress. Learn more about our position on specific bills that affect kids.

For lawmakers

NCA consistently educates, supports and partners with lawmakers to help inform them on the CAC model, as well best practices in addressing child abuse. For additional information on CACs and their impact on local communities:
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About CACs

Evidence shows that the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) model greatly improves outcomes for children and families that have experienced abuse.  The National Children’s Alliance is dedicated to ensuring that every child has access to the array of services CACs offer.  To monitor progress in this mission, NCA creates maps depicting CAC locations and coverage areas.

Our Policy Partners

Teamwork is at the very heart of the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) model, and at The National Children’s Alliance we believe that cooperation extends well beyond our own membership and multidisciplinary teams.  That is why we are proud to partner with a number of like-minded organizations that strive to improve the lives of children and families.
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How America pays for CACs

CACs are public-private partnership that draw resources from a range of sources, including both federal and state public funding streams. Learn more about our state and federal funding streams here.