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Children’s Advocacy Centers of North Carolina's efforts to prevent child abuse and neglect across the state of North Carolina

Child abuse happens in every part of society

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The unfortunate and sobering truth is that Children’s Advocacy Centers in North Carolina see an average of 18,000 child abuse cases annually – most of which are sexual in nature while the remainder involve physical abuse or neglect.

Children’s Advocacy Centers of North Carolina (CACNC) is a non-profit organization that provides free multi-disciplinary services to child victims and their non-offending family members through one of the 51 centers located throughout the state. Such services include advocacy, mental health therapy, and medical exams to help set the victim and non-offending family members on the path to recovery.

To find more information and to find ways you can help CACNC in their mission, visit their website cacnc.org.

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