By providing a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary approach, we are able to provide more accurate assessment, better intervention, reduced duplication of services, and improved quality of services to children.
By preventing further trauma, gathering information that may be useful in criminal and civil proceedings, and maintaining strong communication and case coordination, we are able to hold more offenders accountable by improving prosecution of child abuse cases.
Because abuse can have lifelong consequences to children’s well-being, our experienced and compassionate team works together to provide evidence-based therapy, medical and victim advocacy for the most effective child-focused outcomes.
From volunteer opportunities and financial support to education and outreach, there are plenty of ways you can help.
The Children’s Advocacy Center of Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union opened in 1996 as a nonprofit organization to provide services to children who have been sexually and / or physically abused.
We provide services that start the healing process through assessment, treatment, education, and community partnerships.
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CAC is excited to announce its third annual Healing Through Art: An Evening of Art, Dining and Dancing on April 29, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at The Country Club of Spartanburg. Join us to celebrate talented local artists while helping CAC raise funds to provide life-changing services for physically and sexually abused girls and boys [...]
Whether you’re searching for that special painting for your living room or just need a fun night out, you don’t want to miss Children’s Advocacy Center’s 2nd annual Healing Through Art: An Evening of Art, Dining and Dancing on April 23rd at The Piedmont Club! Children don’t always have the words to tell their scary stories [...]
Thanks to the generosity of CAC supporters, the inaugural Healing Through Art: An Evening of Art, Dining and Dancing was hugely successful. The excitement in the packed Piedmont Club ballroom was palpable as partygoers bid on 107 pieces of fantastic art, all produced by talented local artists. From watercolors and oil paintings to sculptures and [...]
Join CAC for an evening of art, dining and dancing on April 25th at 7:00 p.m. at The Piedmont Club. CAC will celebrate local artists and highlight the integral role of art in healing from child abuse. The evening will include a silent auction featuring local artists, cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres and live music by [...]
Former Miss America and incest survivor, Marilyn Van Derbur, wowed a packed ballroom with her heart-wrenching but inspiring story on April 30th. As part of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, CAC hosted Van Derbur, whose father sexually abused her from ages 5 to 18. Van Derbur told of her tumultuous journey toward healing and happiness. [...]
Please join us at our Spring Luncheon featuring guest speaker Marilyn Van Derbur. Marilyn is a former Miss America and the author of Miss America By Day, which chronicles her journey to becoming a survivor of sexual abuse by her millionaire father. Marilyn Van Derbur was crowned Miss America while a student at the University [...]
We are proud to announce the South Carolina Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers (“SCNCAC”) elected our Executive Director, Suzy Cole, to its Board of Directors on December 6, 2013. “I am very excited to see Suzy taking a leadership role in the association that oversees and promotes the 17 children’s advocacy centers in the state,” [...]