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NCJ Number: 202430 Find in a Library
Title: Children's Advocacy Centers of Texas, Inc.: Breaking the Cycle of Abuse One Child at a Time 2003-2004 Directory
Corporate Author: Children's Advocacy Ctrs of Texas, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 2003
Page Count: 149
Sponsoring Agency: Children's Advocacy Ctrs of Texas, Inc
Austin, TX 78750
Sale Source: Children's Advocacy Ctrs of Texas, Inc
12325 Hymeadow Drive, Bldg. 1-200
Austin, TX 78750
United States of America
Publisher: http://www.cactx.org 
Type: Directory
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: After providing the statutory provisions and standards pertinent to the creation and operation of Texas' Children's Advocacy Centers (CAC's), this directory presents information on the characteristics and operations of each CAC in the State.
Abstract: The statewide system of CAC's is governed by the Children's Advocacy Centers of Texas, Inc., under the Office of the Attorney General. This State-level organization provides training, technical assistance, and evaluation services for local CAC programs. The State standards for local CAC's require that they assess victims of child abuse and their families to determine their need for services in relation to the investigation of child abuse; that they provide needed services; that they provide a facility at which the multidisciplinary team can meet to facilitate the efficient and appropriate disposition of the abused child; and that they coordinate the activities of governmental entities in relation to child abuse investigations and delivery of services to child abuse victims and their non-offending family members. For each of the CAC's in the State, this 2003-2004 directory provides its name, address, and the name of the executive director. The information format for each CAC is as follows: general information (scope of jurisdiction, average number of children receiving services and their ages, community characteristics, date of creation, IRS status, and incorporated status); case criteria; interagency partners; interagency partners providing funding; interagency partners and number of staff housed at the center; program components/services; additional services provided; facility information; center staff positions and time staffed; additional funding sources; annual budget; and mission statement.
Main Term(s): Juvenile victims
Index Term(s): Child abuse; Child abuse detection; Child abuse investigations; Child abuse treatment; Texas
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