Each and every day, National Children's Alliance (NCA) member centers are doing incredible work to help kids find hope and healing throughout the United States. NCA wanted to take a little time to get the word out about some of the innovative practices, inspiring teams, remarkable leaders, and creative campaigns in the Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) movement. Each month NCA features “star” submissions that they hope will raise the profile of CAC work on both a local and national level. The stars are featured in NCA's monthly newsletter, on the 50 Stars in 50 States page on the NCA website, and will be featured prominently on NCA's social media platforms. This month the Children's Advocacy Center of Northeast Michigan is being featured.
The Children's Advocacy Center of Northeast Michigan is a newly accredited CAC serving 4 counties in the Northeast area of the northern lower peninsula of Michigan that was previously an area of the State without CAC services. The center serves Alpena, Alcona, Montmorency and Presque Isle counties. The CAC is one of the first accredited CACs in the State to implement the regional CAC model that the Michigan Chapter of the National Children’s Alliance is encouraging to provide CAC/MDT services to all areas of the State. At NCA, we know how critical it is for all areas of the United States to have access to a CAC, and we truly laud the efforts of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Northeast Michigan
To learn more about the Children’s Advocacy Center of Northeast Michigan, visit their website by Clicking Here.