California Recognizes CACs in Law!

On September 30, 2020, Governor Newsom signed AB 2741 (Rubio), a bill that creates statutory requirements for children’s advocacy centers (CAC). These requirements clarify what services must be provided to qualify as a CAC. This historic move helps ensure that abused children receive the specific services they need for healing and justice, minimizes re-traumatization to hurt children, improves investigations into allegations of child abuse, and decreases investigational costs. Erin Harper, Executive Director of Children’s Advocacy Centers of California (CACC) stated, “All children in California who have been abused deserve an equal chance to heal and receive justice, no matter where in the s

2019 Annual Summit

2019 Annual Summit Sacramento, CA April 2 -3, 2019 ​ Theme: Building and Maintaining Resilient Multi-Disciplinary Teams and Organizations ​ While the collaborative, multidisciplinary response to child abuse has always been the heart and soul of the children's advocacy center (CAC) movement, the need to focus on and fortify multidisciplinary teams (MDT) has never been greater. This year's CACC Summit provided an opportunity for leaders across the state to explore strategies for strengthening and sustaining this core component of the CAC model and our teams. The Agenda Included: “Leading the Way to Stronger, Sustainable CACs and MDTs” Presented by: Cathy Crabtree, Consultant Cathy is currently

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