The Georgia Center for Child Advocacy champions the needs of sexually and severely physically abused children through prevention, intervention, therapy and collaboration.
What services are provided?
• Forensic interviews at the request of law enforcement or the Department of Family and Children's Services
• Advocacy and support for children and families
• Case coordination in partnership with our multidisciplinary team members
• Trauma informed therapy services for children and their non-offending family members
• Stewards of Children child sexual abuse prevention training for adults throughout Georgia
• Professional training
What kinds of cases are seen at the Child Advocacy Center?
We provide intervention and therapy services to children under the age of 18, who are alleged to have been victims of:
• Sexual abuse
• Serious physical abuse
• Violent crime including being a witness to violence