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Voices Carry CAC added an event.

In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month this April, Voices Carry Child Advocacy Center will be hosting a panel discussion that will include DHS, law enforcement, our forensic interviewers, the DA, and treatment providers to help school personnel (and other child-serving professionals) understand what happens AFTER they make a report to child protection. The panel will examine two scenarios – one with a younger child who discloses sexual abuse to her teacher and one with an older child who reports a sexual assault. Q&A will follow.

Please email Kristen at kristen@voicescarrycac.org or call us at 970-407-9739 to RSVP for this FREE event.
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After The Call: What Happens After You Report Child Sexual Abuse

Apr 12, 4:00pm

Fort Collins Police Services

In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month this April, Voices Carry Child Advocacy Center will be hosting a panel discussion that will include DHS, law enforcement, our forensic interviewers, the DA, and treatment providers to help school personnel (and other child-serving professionals) understand what happens AFTER they make a report to child protection. The panel will examine two scenarios – one with a younger child who discloses sexual abuse to her teacher and one with an older child who reports a sexual assault. Q&A will follow. Please email Kristen at kristen@voicescarrycac.org or call us at 970-407-9739 to RSVP for this FREE event.

Voices Carry is a safe place for children and families when there are concerns about child abuse or emotional trauma. Voices Carry provides proven child abuse prevention, victim support, family advocacy and forensic interviews through a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach. As the only agency accredited by the National Children’s Alliance that serves Larimer and Jackson counties, we minimize additional trauma by bringing the team of experts to the child and family.

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