Regional Children’s Advocacy Centers model, champion, and support the multidisciplinary response to child abuse intervention, by providing expertise, training and resources to improve outcomes for children and families affected by abuse.
The four Regional Children’s Advocacy Centers were established by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) in 1995 to provide training and technical assistance to child abuse professionals located within each region. Each Regional CAC provides trainings, technical assistance, financial assistance, and information services for developing and established multidisciplinary teams, local Children’s Advocacy Centers, and state Chapter organizations of Children’s Advocacy Centers within their region.
For more information on your Regional, click below. Or, click on your state on the map above to go to your State Chapter's website.