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  • On Tuesday, September 19, Voices Carry Child Advocacy Center hosted Lunch with the CAC: Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) and What You Need to Know to Assess At-Risk Youth. Larimer County’s CSEC High-Risk Intervention Team has developed a streamlined screening, identification, and response protocol for agencies......

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  • You’re invited to participate in the 16th Annual Bocce Event silent auction online. We are thrilled to present over 200 silent auction items featuring a range of unique items, including a catered dinner party for 25 guests, tickets to watch the Lumineers at Fiddler’s Green, Walking......

  • Event Details Date: Saturday, July 29th Time: 1 PM Location: Voices Carry Child Advocacy Center (5529 S Timberline Road, Fort Collins) Parking Instructions Parking is available at the UCHealth Harmony Campus located at the southeast corner of Harmony and Timberline. Follow signs for parking to......

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  • 16th Annual Bocce Event Saturday, July 29th Voices Carry Child Advocacy Center Presented by RC Events 1:00 PM Bocce Team Check-In Appetizers & Signature Drinks Silent Auction Begins 1:30 PM Bocce Demonstration 2:00-4:00 PM Bocce Tournament 4:30 PM Italian Catered Dinner Buffet Begins (Ceasar salad,......

  • Thank you so much to the many sponsors and supporters who make this event possible. Visit our event page for a complete list of sponsors. Tickets are sold out! Only attendees can bid on live auction items. All supporters can bid on silent auction items.......

  • Don’t miss your opportunity to bid on these unique opportunities during the live auction at the 16th Annual Bocce Event. Buy your tickets NOW for the 16th Annual Bocce Event presented by RC Events. Stock Car Experience at Pikes Peak Raceway Great American Days gives......

  • There is still time to double your donation to Voices Carry Child Advocacy Center, thanks to the generous support of UCHealth. The first 15 people to enroll in Seeds of Change, a monthly giving program, will have their generosity matched dollar-for-dollar. Please reference “medical exam......

  • Please help us welcome Carrie Galyardt to Voices Carry’s Board of Directors. Carrie specializes in family and divorce mediation, workplace mediation, court ordered parent coordination and decision making, as well as individual, family, and couples therapy. She graduated from the University Of Nebraska-Lincoln with a......

  • Register now for the 16th Annual Bocce Event on Saturday, July 29th at 1 p.m. at Voices Carry (5529 S Timberline Rd, Fort Collins). Through your attendance, you can help provide a safe place for children who have been victims of child abuse. Gather your......

  • We are excited to announce the release of our 2016 Annual Report. Thanks to your support, we served 290 children and 282 caregivers through our Victim Service Program, taught 2,953 students about abuse prevention, and educated 166 adults about recognizing and responding to child sexual......

  • Connecting the Dots: Recognizing and Responding to Child-on-Child Sexual Abuse is just around the corner. Join us on Wednesday, June 14th from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.at Timberline Church. This training will explore the pervasive issue of child-on-child and juvenile sexual offending behaviors. We are......

  • Thank you so much to our 16th Annual Bocce Event sponsors! These businesses make it possible to uphold every child’s fundamental right to be heard. Sponsorship opportunities are still available! Click here for more information. Title Sponsor Year-Round Sponsor   Technology Sponsor Additional Sponsors All-Star......

  • Psychology researchers at Université du Québec à Montréal investigated “the relationships among self-blame, shame, coping strategies, posttraumatic stress disorder, depressive symptoms, and suicidal ideation” among sexually abused adolescent girls. Researchers focused specifically on suicidal ideation because “sexual abuse is the adverse life event most consistently......

  • Please help us welcome Lisa Hoyt to the Board of Directors. Lisa has lived in Fort Collins for 22 years, and she is married with four children. She worked as a Senior Marketing Analyst/Statistician for seven years at Fingerhut Corp before relocating to Fort Collins.......

  • Register now for the Wyoming Joint Symposium on Children and Youth to hear Voices Carry staff members Liz Boeck and Isabelle Thurmer share strategies and insights from the organization’s ground-breaking prevention program. The Symposium takes a multidisciplinary approach to promoting innovative methods, distinctive approaches, and......

  • Through the generous support of the Kiwanis Eyeopeners Fort Collins, Jon Holsten recently shared his book with students at Irish Elementary School and will soon visit Putnam Elementary School. The Swimsuit Lesson helps kids understand the parts of their body that are private and helps......

  • You’re invited to a day-long training on recognizing and responding to child-on-child sexual abuse, presented by Gail Ryan of The Kempe Center. Join Voices Carry on Wednesday, June 14 at Timberline Church from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. This training will explore the pervasive issue......

  • Empowered adults able to recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse made a difference for 13-year-old Sammy.* As an elementary school student in the Poudre School District, she learned how to recognize, refuse, and report abusive behavior during Voices Carry Child Advocacy Center’s Safety......