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Children's Advocacy Center
of Butler County (CACBC)

Empowering our community to ensure the
safety, health, and well-being of
children and families.


A community where all survivors

of abuse can heal.


Established on November 18, 2013.

Children's Advocacy Center of Butler County

 is an independent, 501c(3) nonprofit organization

located within Butler County, Pennsylvania.

Our Goals

  1. Provide a child-focused facility where representatives from many disciplines, including child protection, law enforcement, behavioral health, medical providers, and victim advocates work together to conduct interviews and make team decisions related to the  investigation of child abuse, treatment, management, and prosecution of child abuse.

  2. The enhancement of communication and collaboration amongst all agencies involved to reduce trauma to child victims by bringing all disciplines together to share information in a more efficient manner as a means of reducing duplication of service efforts.

  3.  Provide assistance in the mental, emotional, and physical recovery of child victims and their non-offending caregivers.

  4. Assist in the coordination of investigative efforts related to alleged child abuse by ensuring child victims receive a non leading, legally sound forensic interview.

  5.  Advocate for the use of overall best practice throughout investigations of child abuse, treatment services for child  victims, and the coordination of trainings for multidisciplinary team members.

  6. Promote the education and awareness of the realities of child abuse throughout our community. 

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