Healing Starts Here
Abuse. The word alone is hard to hear. And when a child has been abused, it is even harder to know where to turn for help, guidance and understanding.
The first step is the Children’s Advocacy Center of Suffolk County (CAC). CAC has the experience to help children and families navigate a complex system, while staying focused on what matters most: Child safety and well-being. Read More ›
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What's New at CAC
Jan 13, 2015
Registration is OPEN for the 2015 Ginormous Climb on March 28, 2015 at the John Hancock Tower, Boston. At the Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County, we meet young heroes every day. You can be a hero too. Climb the 60 floors to the top of New England's tallest building: the John Hancock Tower. Get started on your Ginormous Climb and register today! Rally the support of family, friends and colleagues to help rach your goal. Along the way, you'll be helping kids feel safe, cope with trauma, seek justice and heal. Take the first step: Register Today! ... More ›
Dec 09, 2014
Each year, a growing number of families turn to the Children’s Advocacy Center of Suffolk County to feel safe, cope with trauma, seek justice and heal. In 2014, the CAC responded to more concerns of child abuse and exploitation than in any year prior. In response to this growing need for services, the CAC Board of Trustees is providing a Year End Match. Offering a dollar-for-dollar match for every donation received by December 31, 2014 up to a total of $10,000, the Year End Match not only allows you to double the impact of your tax-deductible gift, it will also make sure that the CAC is ready to provide every child and family in need with trauma counseling, family advocacy and essential services. ... More ›
Nov 25, 2014
Massachusetts is one of nine states to receive the federal grant, primarily for training and technical assistance. Leaders from various child advocacy groups made the announcement yesterday at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Suffolk County. ... More ›