Child abuse treatment
1. NYS FTC Best Practice Expansion2. FY20 OJJDP Family Drug Court Program3. October 1, 2020 - September 30, 2023
New Hampshire Judicial Branch Family Treatment Court Project: Rural Pilot and System-wide Best Practice Implementation
Training and Technical Assistance for Child Abuse Professionals: National Children’s Advocacy Center’s Child Abuse Response Enhancement (CARE) Program
Under this project, the National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC) provides training opportunities, technical assistance, publications, and resources for child abuse response professionals.
National Children’s Advocacy Center
Training and Technical Assistance Project To Expand Childrens Advocacy Centers Serving American Indian/Alaska Native Communities
The National Native Children’s Trauma Center (NNCTC) is the National Training and Technical Assistance Center for the Expansion Initiative of Child Advocacy Centers to improve access and services to AI/AN children, families and communities. NNCTC’s singular goal within the Expansion Initiative of Child Advocacy Centers is to increase the capacity of tribal CACs and CACs serving AI/AN youth to effectively investigate, prosecute and intervene in child abuse cases involving AI/AN children and their families.
The Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center’s (CAC) mission is to improve the community response to child abuse through strategic leadership, collaboration, and capacity building. Midwest Regional CAC’s role is to build capacity by elevating the expertise of child abuse professionals and improving the sustainability of multidisciplinary teams, CACs, and state chapters. Midwest Regional CAC works collaboratively with the other regional CACs, the National Children’s Alliance, and other national and state partners to ensure nonduplicative service delivery.