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“General Conditions” for NCA Awards in 2024

2021 Electronic Chapter Grantee  Handbook Below is the information about the grantee guidelines as well as the 2021 required and additional grant forms that you will need to successfully administer your 2021 NCA grant. You can visit this page often throughout the grant year for updates and resources. National Children’s Alliance funding is available through… Continue Reading


#PowerToTheKids – July 14   This is your opportunity to help a child that’s hurting. To give kids power over their own future. Join us for #PowerToTheKids on July 14. No matter who you are, your voice matters because their voices matter. Make sure Congress hears you and restores critical funding for services to abused… Continue Reading

Meeting the Needs of Kids in Crisis

Above, left to right: Megan Bryant, Thomas Grieb, Aubree Vance, Annie Harrison, and Alex Brace in the room at Small Talk where, pre-pandemic, the multidisciplinary team would meet.   When the pandemic first prompted a wave of shutdowns across the country, most of us assumed we’d be back in the office before too long. When… Continue Reading

Trauma Treatment via Tele-health: Reaching Underserved Children in South Carolina

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… Continue Reading

Chapter Sustainability Webinar Series

NCA and Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) are pleased to present a three-part webinar series on financial sustainability designed specifically for Accredited Chapters. In the three webinars recorded below, NFF experts presented the basic concepts and principles of nonprofit economics, financial planning, and management best practices. These recordings arm participants with a common language with which… Continue Reading

State Funding Support for CACs

An NCA Policy Brief Print This Brief Diverse funding is essential to the long-term sustainability of the CAC movement, including state funding support. States should have an interest in adequately funding CACs. Here’s how CACs can build their knowledge of state funding and make the case to legislators. CAC Funding by Category The 3 Types… Continue Reading

Make a Payment to NCA

Pay for Membership, Accreditation, or NCAtrak fees Choose a button below to make a payment, and you will be directed to the appropriate online payment page. If you have not already, please also fill out the NCA Payment Remittance Form and email it to at the time of your payment. This ensures we can properly… Continue Reading

Help Kids Smile Again

  If you’re under 18, find your CAC. Each year, our 822 Children’s Advocacy Centers—CACs—provide healing, justice, and safety for more than 324,000 young people who are experiencing abuse or assault. We make it safe and provide a clear process to stop the abuse, hold abusers accountable before the law, and get the services you… Continue Reading