Providing Chapters, Children’s Advocacy Centers, and Multidisciplinary Teams with the information, expertise, and tools needed to implement an effective, sustainable, collaborative response to child abuse.
WHAT WE DO
NRCAC equips State Chapters, CACs, and MDTs in the Northeast Region with the tools needed to help children heal. We help you with your custom needs, such as the latest trainings and technical assistance, and facilitating connection and collaboration within the region and beyond.
NRCAC shares the latest training and technical assistance for professionals helping abused children.
Here are a few of our latest offerings:
Leadership, Exchange, and Coaching Project (LEC)
Become a more dynamic, purposeful leader, and learn how to create a stronger, healthier, more effective organization and partnerships.
Team Facilitator Training 2.0
Build capacity and gain support as a team facilitator to better help MDTs function smoothly and efficiently.
Multidisciplinary Team Academy
No single discipline can adequately respond to an allegation of child abuse. Enhance your skills and relationships as a team.
Whether you’re a fully staffed State Chapter or brand new CAC, we have numerous resources at your disposal—and if you can’t find what you’re looking for, just ask!
Are you ready to become an accredited CAC? We’ll guide you through the NCA’s 10 standards for accreditation.
Victim advocacy services are essential when supporting child victims and their families. We have guidelines, toolkits, and anything else you need.
Mental Health Care
Victims of child abuse often suffer life-long consequences. They are at an increased risk of health and behavioral problems, and becoming abusers themselves.
NEWS & EVENTS
Explore the latest news and events in the Northeast Region:
Child Abuse Medical Preceptorship (CAMP) – Accepting scholarship applications!
CAMP is sponsored by the Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center and is for physicians/nurses interested in getting medical training to conduct child sexual abuse cases. NRCAC has a limited number of scholarships available for interested medical professionals.
Any medical professional from the northeast, working with a local CAC, can apply for a medical scholarship, but they first need to complete the application on Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center. If they are qualified for the training (including taking the online test), MRCAC will contact NRCAC Project Director to respond to the request.