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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… Continue Reading

Information for Grantees 2021

Information for 2021 Grantees In this section of the NCA website you can access information concerning your 2020 NCA grant under the NCA FY20 Solicitations, the grant report cycle, and download… Continue Reading

Four-legged support: Working with Pecos

Animals are such agreeable friends―they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms.―George Eliot Throughout history, humans have relied on canines to assist in many tasks. Herding, guarding, scent work, and… Continue Reading

Healing, Justice, & Trust 2015

  Healing, Justice, & Trust 2015: How CACs prove (and improve) their work Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) provide children and families with healing and justice in a setting they can… Continue Reading

Institutional and Corporate Partners

Public and Foundation Partners   Hearst Foundations   NCA is collaborating with Hearst Foundations to introduce evidence-based mental health assessments for abused youth in Oregon and Washington. This project will… Continue Reading

Successful Management of a Nonprofit Organization

A Video Training Series   Successful Management of a Nonprofit Organization video series has been developed as part of the Chapter Collaborative Work Group at the National Children’s Alliance.  It… Continue Reading

Legislative Updates

Legislative Updates Each week, NCA’s Director of Government Affairs, Denise Edwards, presents informative webinars and podcasts with in-depth analyses of legislation and other areas of interest on Capitol Hill.  These… Continue Reading

Addressing Youth and Children with Problematic Sexual Behaviors

Resources for CACs, Partners, and Caregivers In 20-25% of cases handled by Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs), youth or children under age 18 have acted out against another child.1 Research also… Continue Reading