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.
Indiana Chapter of National Children’s Alliance…ensuring that all children in Indiana alleged to be a victim of abuse will have reasonable access to a full array of evidence-based Child Advocacy Center services and an effective multidisciplinary response to their case and their care.
The Indiana Chapter is committed to promoting the development, growth and sustainability continuation of children’s advocacy centers in the State of Indiana through education, training, mentoring, collaboration, advocacy, development of resources and legislation.
Accreditation standards set by the National Children’s Alliance are fully supported by the Indiana Chapter of the NCA and Indiana Child Advocacy Centers. We believe Hoosier children, families, and communities are better served and supported when we all reach for nationally recognized higher goals and standards with forensic interviewing, victim advocacy, and medical and mental health training.