Local Services offered to Huntsville/Madison County families and children
Intervention ProgramsForensic Interview ServicesMedical ServicesFamily and Victim Advocacy ServicesMental Health ServicesMadison Count CARES TeamMultidisciplinary TeamChild and Family Resources
Prevention ProgramsStop Child Abuse and Neglect(SCAN)Child Sexual Abuse Prevention for AdultsHealthy FamiliesCase Management ServicesParenting ClassesPartnership in ParentingParent Library
The NCAC Training Center is located on the campus of the National Children’s Advocacy Center in Huntsville, Alabama and is one of the leading providers of quality training for porfessionals working with abused children and their families
Forensic Interviewing of Children Training
Advanced Forensic Interviewing Training
Victim Advocacy Training
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Training
International Training and Consultation
Spanish Speaking Forensic Interviewing Training
NCAC Virtual Training CenterOnline Training Catalog
Mentoring and Consultation Groups for Child Forensic Interviewers
Building Forensic Interviewing Skills Online Training
Consultation Group for Supervisors of Forensic Interviewers
Other Online Training Providers
International Symposium on Child AbuseSouthern Regional Children’s Advocacy Center(SRCAC)Takeaway TuesdayProsecutor’s Brief
CALiOTMCollection is an assortment of thousands of unrestricted full-text-publications, videos, audio files, articles, reports, and more.
The National Children’s Advocacy Center(NCAC), located in Huntsville, Alabama, revolutionized the United States’ response to child sexual abuse. Since its creation in 1985, the NCAC has served as a model for the 950+ Children Advocacy Centers(CACs) now operating in the United States and in more than 34 countries throughout the world.
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