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  • Youth With Problematic Sexual Behaviors

    Contains 13 Component(s)

    As Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) continue to evolve in their engagement with children, families, and communities, the question of how to address youth with problematic sexual behaviors has come to the forefront. National Children’s Alliance (NCA) believes that CACs are well-suited to effectively serve communities in the response to problematic sexual behaviors. NCA created this online training resource to provide CACs with the tools to get started in providing a robust community-based response that will not only help keep children and families safe and healthy, but will also create opportunities to improve multidisciplinary team function and for CACs to position themselves as leaders nationwide on an often difficult and complex topic. This course will provide an overview of youth with problematic sexual behaviors, discuss the CAC coordinated response, present the characteristics of evidence-based mental health treatment for problematic sexual behaviors, and provide guidance on engaging community stakeholders. It aims to dispel myths and misconceptions about youth with problematic sexual behaviors and to help CACs understand that they can and should serve this population.

    As Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) continue to evolve in their engagement with children, families, and communities, the question of how to address youth with problematic sexual behaviors has come to the forefront. National Children’s Alliance (NCA) believes that CACs are well-suited to effectively serve communities in the response to problematic sexual behaviors. NCA created this online training resource to provide CACs with the tools to get started in providing a robust community-based response that will not only help keep children and families safe and healthy, but will also create opportunities to improve multidisciplinary team function and for CACs to position themselves as leaders nationwide on an often difficult and complex topic. This course will provide an overview of youth with problematic sexual behaviors, discuss the CAC coordinated response, present the characteristics of evidence-based mental health treatment for problematic sexual behaviors, and provide guidance on engaging community stakeholders. It aims to dispel myths and misconceptions about youth with problematic sexual behaviors and to help CACs understand that they can and should serve this population.

  • Accreditation Bootcamp – 2017 EDITION

    Contains 46 Component(s)

    Accreditation Bootcamp is designed to provide an overview of the accreditation process, provide participants with a framework for developing their application, and help them understand what to expect during a site visit.

    Accreditation Bootcamp is designed to provide an overview of the accreditation process, provide participants with a framework for developing their application, and help them understand what to expect during a site visit. 

    Topics to be covered include: history of the accreditation process; NCA accreditation procedures; overview of NCA standards for Accredited Members; putting standards into practice; common challenges centers face in meeting standards; what to do when current practice may not meet the standard; engaging your team in the process and creating a “plan of attack”; preparing your application; and what to expect from a site visit. 

    Accreditation Bootcamp is great resource to share with MDT Partners, new employees, and Board Members. In all honesty is could also be titled, “Understanding the NCA Accreditation Standards!”

  • SHINE Campaign Webinars

    Contains 5 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/27/2019

    For a survivor of child sexual abuse, the world can look really dark. Families and friends of survivors can feel isolated and helpless. Through this darkness, CACs and their teams are beacons of light. This campaign will inspire survivors and allies to join the universe of support, share their stories, and shine. It will champion CACs and let children know we’re here for them.

    For a survivor of child sexual abuse, the world can look really dark. Families and friends of survivors can feel isolated and helpless. Through this darkness, CACs and their teams are beacons of light. This campaign will inspire survivors and allies to join the universe of support, share their stories, and shine. It will champion CACs and let children know we’re here for them. 

    Blake Warenik

    Director of Communications, NCA

    Kristie McKenney

    Director of Member Services and Chapter Development, NCA

    Olga Starr

    Training & Outreach Coordinator, New Jersey Children's Alliance

    Tracey Tabet

    Administrator, Utah Children's Advocacy Center

  • Considerations for Mental Health Services in Physical Abuse Cases

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/26/2019

    Facilitated by Ann Marie Tucker, Executive Director of the Child Advocacy Center of Niagara in New York, our panelists will review the considerations for Mental Health, specifically AF-CBT, that a CAC/MDT should consider when evaluating services to include child physical abuse. The presentation will follow information included in the guide produced by the National Children’s Alliance, entitled, “Child Physical Abuse, a guide to the CAC response.” The presentation will include a combination of description of information in the guide as well as the panelists experience with AF-CBT. There will also be a facilitated time for question and answers related to the material/topic.

    Facilitated by Ann Marie Tucker, Executive Director of the Child Advocacy Center of Niagara in New York, our panelists will review the considerations for Mental Health, specifically AF-CBT, that a CAC/MDT should consider when evaluating services to include child physical abuse. The presentation will follow information included in the guide produced by the National Children’s Alliance, entitled, “Child Physical Abuse, a guide to the CAC response.” The presentation will include a combination of description of information in the guide as well as the panelists experience with AF-CBT. There will also be a facilitated time for question and answers related to the material/topic.

    Ann Marie Tucker

    Executive Director of the Child Advocacy Center of Niagara in New York