We're here to help.
That’s what we want child victims and their families to know when they visit a Children’s Advocacy Center because of suspected abuse. Whether you are a parent or caregiver supporting a child who has experienced abuse, an adult survivor looking for resources, or a community member wanting to help create safer places for kids—we’re glad you’ve found us.
Watch the video for a welcome message from the Chair of our Board of Directors, Mikele Bay. Then click around to learn more and get involved.
Trauma doesn't have to last a lifetime.
We believe that the best possible response to child abuse is a CAC response. Each year in Pennsylvania, 41 CACs provide the support and services that make healing possible for more than 15,000 child victims and their families.
Cortney Tabb, LCSW (pronouns: she/her) recently became the new director at Children’s Advocacy Center of Susquehanna & Wyoming Counties. We asked Cortney a few questions
On Tuesday, August 8 the Pennsylvania Senate Aging and Youth Committee held a hearing focused on the work of Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs). Hosted by
Chances are someone you know is a survivor of child sexual abuse. With 42 million adult survivors in the US alone and 1 in 10