National Children’s Alliance (NCA) is a professional membership organization on a mission to make one big difference, one child at a time. Reaching everyone with a voice in eradicating abuse—from families, advocates, partner agencies, communities, researchers, and all the way to Capitol Hill—our members power a national movement to keep children safe. Featuring the largest network of care centers support child abuse victims in the country, NCA is a model in outcome-driven collaboration.
The Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) that are our members offer high-quality care so abused children can thrive. At a CAC, a coordinated team of experts in medicine, law enforcement, victim advocacy, mental health, and other disciplines hold offenders accountable and help children and families heal in a comprehensive, seamless way so no future is out of reach.
Our member Children’s Advocacy Centers:
- 900 member Children’s Advocacy Centers in communities throughout the United States and abroad
- 371,060 children served in Children’s Advocacy Centers in 2019
- 2,294,935 people provided with prevention training and information through Children’s Advocacy Centers in 2019
Learn more about what NCA and our member centers are up to today by taking a look at our latest Annual Report.