CLEARFIELD – The Child Advocacy Center of Clearfield County (CAC-CC) has obtained Associate Membership to the National Children’s Alliance (NCA), District Attorney William A. Shaw Jr. announced today.
“The NCA is the accrediting body for Child Advocacy Centers across the nation, and this is a progressive step forward for the CAC-CC,” he stated.
Shaw thanked the dedicated members of the Multi-Disciplinary Investigative Team (MDIT) for their hard work and diligence to achieve this milestone. He also specifically thanked Mary Tatum, the CAC-CC’s director.
He went on to say that, “This was truly a team effort by everyone involved with our CAC to earn this membership.”
Shaw expressed gratitude toward Cen-Clear for providing the building and fiscal administration of “this much-needed resource” for the community.
According to Shaw, it is the CAC-CC’s objective over the next five years to achieve full NCA accreditation. He stated that staff members also continue to aim to be the county’s progressive leaders in the investigation and prevention of child abuse.
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