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Annual Report
What We Do

LC Anywhere

2020 Leadership Conference is going virtual

Our annual Leadership Conference is going virtual December 14-16. With virtual sessions, live Q&A, a digital exhibit hall, and more, it can still be our best conference ever.

Our Response

COVID-19 Resources + Guidance for CACs

Chart our path with NCA's roadmap for Children's Advocacy Centers and communities on delivering critical services to children and families during the coronavirus outbreak.

Annual Report

Looking Back, Working Together

An annual report is meant to be a look back at a year of progress. But with COVID-19 changing our world, stories of innovation and teamwork are what shine through.

What We Do

How CACs Serve Kids

Children's Advocacy Centers bring together all the services kids need to help them heal after abuse, so they don't need to go find help themselves. Watch a short video that explains our model.

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Stand Up. Step Forward.

Help victims become survivors. Show your support for child victims of abuse. Visit the Stand Up, Step Forward website and take a stand.

Take Our Pledge

One With Courage

Learn how to have the courage to talk about child sexual abuse, and about the unique role children’s advocacy centers play in helping victims heal and recover.

Be the One

50 Stars in 50 States

Our 50 Stars in 50 States campaign spotlights some of the incredible leaders, innovative programs and creative events in the CAC movement. Check out this month’s feature stars!

Stand Up. Step Forward.

One With Courage

50 Stars in 50 States

900

Children's Advocacy Centers nationwide.

371,060

children helped by CACs last year

2,294,935

people provided with child abuse prevention training

OUR STORY

National Children’s Alliance. We're Here to Help.

National Children’s Alliance is a professional membership organization dedicated to helping local communities respond to allegations of child abuse in ways that are effective and efficient – and put the needs of child victims first.

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