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Children's Advocacy Center earns re-accreditation
Childrens Advocacy Center representatives pictured with their re-accreditation award are, from left, vice president Ray Talbert, executive director Martha Phillips, and president LisaZavogiannis.
The Children’s Advocacy Center for the 31st Judicial District has been awarded re-accreditation by National Children’s Alliance following an extensive application and site review process. Accreditation is the highest level of membership with National Children’s Alliance and denotes an excellent response to allegations of child abuse.National Children’s Alliance is the national association and accrediting body for the 777 Children’s Advocacy Centers and 49 state chapters serving each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Dedicated to helping local communities respond to allegations of child abuse in ways that are effective and efficient, and put the needs of child victims of abuse first, National Children’s Alliance provides support and advocacy to its accredited membership, as well as other organizations around the world.The purpose of National Children’s Alliance is to empower local communities to provide comprehensive, coordinated and compassionate services to victims of child abuse.Accredited CACs must undergo a re-accreditation process every five years to ensure best practices are continually being applied.