Children’s Advocacy Centers of California is a statewide membership organization dedicated to helping local communities respond to allegations of child abuse in ways that are effective and efficient, and that put the needs of child victims first. CACC provides support, advocacy, training, technical assistance and leadership to local child advocacy centers and multidisciplinary teams throughout California responding to reports of child abuse and neglect. CACC is an accredited chapter of the National Children’s Alliance. Is run as program of CALICO, the accredited children’s advocacy center for Alameda County. CACC has 48 member teams and centers and serves all counties the state.
CACC’s mission is to support the formation, development, growth and expansion of multi-disciplinary teams and children’s advocacy centers throughout California. We provide training and technical assistance to our centers and teams, acquire funding to ensure our communities are well-equipped to help end the cycle of abuse, and promote community awareness and advocacy. CACC is committed to ensuring that every child in California has access the high quality services children’s advocacy centers and multi-disciplinary teams provide no matter where they live.