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.
Resources for parents, caregivers, educators, etc.
Tickets for our April fundraising event, Healing Through Art are now available for purchase online. This is your chance to support the incredibly important work of the Children’s Advocacy Center and purchase some amazing local art. Click here to purchase your ticket.
The Children’s Advocacy Center of Spartanburg, Cherokee & Union (CAC) is pleased to announce that Emily Miller had been named the Executive Director. She started work on February 1, 2019. Miller has been on staff at CAC since 2011, providing prevention training, outreach, and education for various audiences surrounding the topic of child maltreatment. She [...]
Our annual spring fundraiser is set for April 27, 2019, at The Piedmont Club. Check back here soon for more details and information about how to purchase tickets.