1.     Forensic Assessments – a child-friendly and non-leading interview essential in obtaining age-appropriate information when a child may have experienced sexual abuse, physical abuse, or  witnessed a violent crime.

2.     Medical Examinations – physical examinations that identify immediate and ongoing needs of each child, whether incurred by the alleged abuse or otherwise

3.     Therapy –counseling to heal the child’s specific trauma and overcome wounds (that have the potential to be lasting and destructive if left untreated)

4.     Family Counseling and Support –counseling to help non-offending caregivers understand and effectively respond to their child’s feelings and behaviors throughout the healing process; victim advocacy services to help shepherd children and families through the child welfare system

5.     Multidisciplinary Team Meetings – a multidisciplinary response, including law enforcement, prosecutors, medical professionals, therapists, DSS personnel, Guardian ad Litem, etc., to determine the best interest and needs of each child