Southern Regional Children's Advocacy Center

Providing Training to CACs

This guide, created by SRCAC, is designed for those Chapter organizations who may be considering developing and delivering training curriculums to their CACs.

Listen and Learn: A Process for Initiating Collaboration Between Tribal Communities and Children’s Advocacy Centers

For CACs who are interested in building relationships with tribal communities in their areas, this guide, created by SRCAC, will help you gain a better understanding of the ?Listen and Learn? concept, how to initiate contact with tribal leaders with the help of your state Chapter, your Regional CAC, and NACA (Native American Children?s Alliance); and how to plan and conduct a successful Listen and Learn.

Field Guide to Victim Advocacy

Developed by the West Virginia and Mississippi State CAC Chapters with input from the field, and SRCAC, this guide was initially designed for newly hired family advocates to help orient them to their new roles within CACs, but this an invaluable guide for all members of an MDT.

Supervisor Manual for the Field Guide to Victim Advocacy

This manual is a companion guide to the Field Guide to Family Advocacy and is geared toward professionals who supervise family advocates; it covers the basics of supervision, offers supplementary information to the Field Guide, provides additional resources that will help you onboard your CAC?s family advocates.

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