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How We Help

The Benefits of NCA Membership

Whether you’ve been with us for years, or are thinking about coming on board now, here's all the ways NCA helps you help kids.

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2017 Annual Report

In this time of giving, there's no greater gift than the healing, justice, and trust our movement provides for child victims of abuse. Make your gift now and support a brighter future for children everywhere.

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2018 Leadership Conference

Join us in D.C. June 10-13 for our 2018 Leadership Conference full of informative sessions, exciting speakers, and opportunities to connect with peers and experts to help your community shine and your kids thrive.

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Stand Up. Step Forward.

Help victims become survivors. Show your support for child victims of abuse. Visit the Stand Up, Step Forward website and take a stand.

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One With Courage

Learn how to have the courage to talk about child sexual abuse, and about the unique role children’s advocacy centers play in helping victims heal and recover.

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50 Stars in 50 States

Our 50 Stars in 50 States campaign spotlights some of the incredible leaders, innovative programs and creative events in the CAC movement. Check out this month’s feature stars!

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One With Courage

50 Stars in 50 States

854

Children's Advocacy Centers nationwide

334,626

children helped by CACs last year

1,905,892

people provided with child abuse prevention training

OUR STORY

National Children’s Alliance. We're Here to Help.

National Children’s Alliance is a professional membership organization dedicated to helping local communities respond to allegations of child abuse in ways that are effective and efficient – and put the needs of child victims first.

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