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NH Child Advocacy Centers

Seeking justice for child victims of abuse while supporting children and their families on a sustainable path to heal, survive and thrive.
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NO EXCUSE – END ABUSE

A Child’s CAC Visit

As a parent or caregiver KNOW what to expect during your visit and how to prepare your child.

Helpful Resources

Website links, books and other information for keeping children safe.

Support Your CAC

NH’s Child Advocacy Centers are independent agencies and appreciate your support of children in need.

 

Find Your Center

There is a Child Advocacy Center in every county of New Hampshire.

Belknap County

Located in Laconia

Carroll County

Located in Wolfeboro

Cheshire County

Located in Keene

Coos County

Located in Groveton

Grafton-Sullivan Counties

Located in Lebanon, Claremont, Littleton & Plymouth

Hillsborough County

Located in Nashua and Manchester

Merrimack County

Located in Concord

Rockingham County

Located in Portsmouth and Derry

Strafford County

Located in Dover

What We Do and Why

Why: Our Motivation

Child Advocacy Center team members remains dedicated to the tireless fight to assure that children and their families have a victim centered experience in a safe and responsive place to move beyond their trauma to Heal, Survive and Thrive.

How: What We Do

Child Advocacy Centers partner with multiple public, private, state, county and local organizations to provide a collaborative, coordinated systematic response to child abuse investigations and subsequent supports for child victims and their families. Our CACs are intentionally designed to be child/family friendly, trauma informed, victim centered, neutral settings for joint investigations and forensic interviews of child victims of crime involving sexual abuse, felony level physical abuse, and child witnesses to violence such as a homicide or a serious domestic assault.

Impact: Positive Outcomes for Kids

We seek justice for child victims while supporting children and their families on a sustainable path to healing.

Children served at CACs in 2015 and got the help they needed

%

of children served in NH are not old enough to attend Kindergarten

incidents of child abuse are ever reported

children in NH need adults to KNOW & TELL

How We’ve Been Able to Help

“Everyone was friendly and put us at ease. We were given many opportunities to ask questions and were treated with great respect.”

Caregiver of a child serviced by a CAC