Front Desk Volunteers Needed!

DCAC is looking for volunteers to help at our front desk greeting children and their families as they arrive for treatment sessions and forensic interviews. We need volunteers who can commit to at least one shift a week. If you are available for shifts occurring on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fridays from either 8:45am to 12pm or […]

Spring happenings at DCAC

The DCAC team is committed to empowering communities with prevention strategies and engaging in outreach to provide resources and support. This spring, students at Oakland, Holm, and Cory Elementary Schools learned about self-respect and safety. Students such as those pictured above learned how to say no to an unwanted touch (even if it doesn’t hurt […]

Your Colorado Gives Day Gift Empowers!

DCAC gives every child an opportunity to tell their story fully, and without the fear placed on them by their abuser. Here, children are believed and protected. With your help, DCAC coordinates a heroic team of experts, working every day to restore hope.  We provide a continuum of care, from victim advocacy to therapy, serving […]

John Doe, age 10

John’s parents always tried to provide the best for him, including with his soccer league and coach. John loved soccer and was pretty decent at the sport. Plus, his coach always listened when John expressed the pressures of his home life – being the youngest of four while his parents were on the path to […]