Enhancing Language Access within a Child Advocacy Center Setting

Victim service providers commonly identify communication as one of the many barriers that can impede access to services. Are you a staff or person who promotes safety and healing for children? Do you create policies/protocols for the investigations and responses to allegations of child victimization?

Then we invite you to listen to how the National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC) examines and advocates for language access. The webinar examines several critical points in a Children’s Advocacy Center and during a Multidisciplinary Team investigation of abuse allegations and delivery of supportive services.


Webinar Recording


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Published on:
January 7, 2019
Resource Type:
Communities of Focus:
Children and youth, Immigrants and/or Individuals with Limited English Proficiency
Intended Audience:
Advocates, Law Enforcement Officers, Other, Other First Responders