Our collaborative and centralized services are constructed from the child's point of view to aid the investigation and promote the healing process.

Serving Children
The Clark County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) serves children from birth to 18 years of age or those under 21 who are developmentally disabled. Victims are referred to us by child welfare and law enforcement agencies that have received reports of alleged sexual and/or physical abuse. The CAC provides a variety of services-to learn more, choose a category from the Services tab located in the upper left hand corner of this page.

Stewards of Children Workshops
Our trained facilitators provide free Stewards of Children Workshops. Adults that attend will learn new skills to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. For more information on Stewards of Children, visit the online resource, Darkness to Light.

Providing Assistance
We also can provide assistance with developing proactive, positive change to organizational policies and procedures. We'd love to schedule a time to train area youth-serving organizations (sports leagues, day care centers, after-school programs, children’s clubs, church groups, etc.).

If you're an adult who cares about the welfare of children and are interested in attending / sponsoring a Stewards of Children training, call us at 937-327-3753.