What We Do
Completed Forensic Interviews in 2019
Children and Caregivers Supported
Alleged Abuse Cases Reviewed By CPIT
People Reached with Prevention Programs
The forensic interview is conducted in a supportive and non-leading manner by a trained professional. The interview takes place in a child-friendly environment and is designed to elicit a child’s unique information about the alleged abuse.
The Victims Advocate is responsible for coordinating the CPIT meetings, tracking case data, and providing court liaison services. The Victim Services Coordinator also assists caregivers in filing for Victim’s Compensation funds for the child victim.
Licensed mental health therapists, specializing in trauma focused therapy and play therapy, work with the child victim to help promote healing and to minimize the effects of abuse.
Assists the non-offending caregiver with services needed to maintain a safe and stable environment for the child victim. Provides helpful information to caregivers that are meeting the needs of abused children.
Responsible for coordinating Adult Prevention training as well at the Children’s Education program. Free trainings are typically held twice a month at the CAC.