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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… Continue Reading

Statistics Submission Training

Information About Statistics Submission Semi-annually, NCA collects service statistics from Accredited, Associate/Developing, and Satellite Members.  This data is used to communicate with grantors, legislators, partners, and the community regarding the… 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

About Hardship Waivers for Individual CAC Subawards

NCA recognizes that, for some individual CACs, subaward funds may be crucial to operating a CAC or providing services. That’s why CACs that are experiencing hardship may apply for a… Continue Reading

2017 Electronic Grantee Handbook for Chapters

2017 Electronic Chapter Grantee Handbook **Currently we are working on uploading the grant documents to this page. Please check back in often. Below is the information about the grantee guidelines… Continue Reading

2017 Electronic Grantee Handbook for Centers

2017 Electronic Grantee Handbook for Centers Below is the information about the grantee guidelines as well as the 2017 required and additional grant forms that you will need to successfully… Continue Reading

Protecting Kids When Everyone Has A Camera

by Drew Fidler, LCSW-C; and Iona Rudisill, LGSW Here’s what you should know about child sexual abuse images and how to protect children from the dangers of the internet. The… Continue Reading


Monthly Newsletters 2014 May April March February January Monday Morning Message 2014

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