Children's Advocacy Centers of North Carolina

  • Be Ready To Report

    Every adult in North Carolina should know how to report child abuse and neglect. Here’s everything you need to know.

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  • Understanding Child Abuse

    Child abuse is an epidemic. To address it, we need to understand it. Educate yourself about the different types of abuse and be ready to report.

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  • Hope In Action

    The 55 child advocacy centers across North Carolina provide support, resources and hope for children in abusive situations, providing a way out and a way forward.

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    Be Ready to Report

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    Do you have concerns about child abuse? Your CAC can help!

    Be heard. Have hope. Start healing.

    There are 55 child advocacy centers across North Carolina, with specially trained forensic interviewers, victim advocates, therapists, and rostered medical providers available to serve children and non-offending caregivers in a comfortable, child-focused setting.

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    Training

    CACNC helps you stay current with best practices for working with child abuse by offering:

    • CACNC Symposiums
    • CACNC Trainings
    • Other Trainings

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    #HopeInAction

    The 55 child advocacy centers across North Carolina provide support, resources and hope for children in abusive situations, providing a way out and a way forward. Our community-based, child-friendly centers foster hope and facilitate healing for traumatized child victims of physical and sexual abuse, child-trafficking, neglect and exposure to drugs and violence.

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    2023 Outcomes

    • 10,353 Children have received case management through CAC

    • 12,141 New child abuse cases investigated through a CAC

    • 233,980 Individuals attended child abuse awareness presentations