Meet our Families

After a history of family violence, Michael became aggressive and would cry constantly. With the help of DCAC, Michael and his family are working through their grief and confusion through therapy and raised awareness.
Read Michael's story »


The Child and Adolescent Assessment and Treatment Program serves children ages 1-17 who have been sexually abused, neglected or traumatized by witnessing violence. DCAC uses a trauma-informed approach to integrated health and mental health care by which professionals are able to determine the strengths and vulnerabilities of a given child and his or her family, and create individualized intervention, enrichment and educational plans. Intensive, integrated care management draws on all the people involved in the child's life - family members, foster parents, social service caseworkers, day care providers, prosecutors, victim advocates, medical doctors, teachers and school personnel. By working together as an integrated team we are able to help children heal more effectively.


How You Can Help

Give Financially

DCAC relies on grants and donations in order to provide no-cost assessment and treatment services to children in need. We need your help. Make your donation today.

Give Your Stuff

Be Green! Donate gently used or new items to our Advocacy Center Foundation.  Click here to view the locations of our drop boxes by city.

Give Your Time

Volunteers are crucial to the Center's ongoing growth and success in providing assistance to at risk children and families. View our current volunteering opportunities.
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