Children's Advocacy Center - Bronson Healthcare
We offer child-focused and child-friendly facilities where trained professionals help make decisions about investigating, treating and prosecuting child abuse cases.

Our Children's Advocacy Center offers:

  • A child-appropriate/child-friendly facility that is both physically and emotionally safe.
  • Forensic interviews that are conducted in a neutral, fact-finding nature. We also make sure to coordinate with other professionals to avoid duplicative interviewing.
  • A multidisciplinary team that meets to discuss and investigate allegations of child abuse. This includes:
    • Law enforcement
    • Child protective services
    • Prosecution professionals
    • Mental health professionals
    • Medical providers
    • Victim advocacy professionals
    • Children’s advocacy center professionals
  • Medical evaluation through coordination and referral with other providers who are specifically trained in pediatric child abuse issues.
  • Victim support/advocacy to coordinate with other providers throughout the investigation and court process.
  • A family advocate program.
  • Case review to provide team discussion and information sharing throughout the case progression.
  • Case tracking to monitor case progress and case outcomes.

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Help Victims Become Survivors

Sexual Assault Services of Calhoun County is a member of the National Children’s Alliance and an accredited Child Advocacy Center through this organization as well. Please watch the compelling video below for how you can make a difference in someone's life. For more information on this campaign, visit helpvictimsbecomesurvivors.org

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