Lesley’s work with children in her role as Heartford House’s Victim Advocate was noted as “exemplary”.
Telehealth means kids and adults alike can see providers in their own homes, regaining the privacy and autonomy they have a right to when speaking with professionals.
The Dr. Bill Lewis Center for Children provides about 800 forensic interviews annually and offers advocacy, mental health, and medical services.
S.B. 206 will help ensure more protection for victims of child sex crimes by restricting the number of depositions that a child must undergo.
There’s a second wave of problems expected from COVID-19. CACs around Indiana are working to meet the challenge.
At 10 pm on a Monday, lead forensic interviewer Kim Denton received a text message. She had ten hours to prepare her team, some of whom rarely conduct forensic interviews, for an emergency case involving up to eight children.
Dunebrook Child Advocacy Center in northern Indiana is celebrating 30 years of service to their community. But it hasn’t always been easy, and critics have had to be won over.
Researchers at the University of Evansville and Holly’s House CAC have partnered to understand what benefits, if any, come from child abuse prevention education.
Excellent police work, CAC interviews, and prosecution come together to help sentence a Johnson County child molester.
“Emily Perry is truly a warrior for children” A Marion County professional has been awarded the D. Susan Wisely Youth Worker of the Year Award by the Indiana Youth Institute. Emily Perry is the executive director for Susie’s Place Child Advocacy Centers. Susie’s Place opened its first center in Avon in 2009 before expanding to […]