Our Services

A Simple But Powerful Concept

Children Advocacy Centers are modeled on the simple but powerful concept of coordination between community agencies and professionals involved in the intervention system. The purpose of interagency collaboration is to coordinate intervention so as to reduce potential trauma to children and families and improve services, while preserving and respecting the rights and obligation of each to pursue their respective mandates. 

For Children

We provide forensic interviews, medical exams, and therapy with children who are suspected to be victims of abuse. 

These services are provided upon referral from law enforcement agencies and the Dept. of Family and Children Services.

For Agencies

We facilitate communication between law enforcement and other agencies involved with the child and with the investigation and prosecution of abuse.

For Families

We provide families with referrals to community resources providing medical, financial, housing, parenting, or therapeutic support.

For the Community

We provide training and education to raise community consciousness regarding child sexual abuse identification and prevention.  

Our Story

Before the CAC-LMJC came into existence, the process to intervene in child abuse cases was disjointed, inefficient, and often resulted in more trauma to children. 

To date we’ve helped thousands of children get help and justice.