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Honorary Child Advocate – Frank Chmielewicz of Oak Ridge presented with framed certificate by Board Chair, Dr. Fran Pisano, at Board meeting on January 8, 2013.

 

Honorary Child Advocate
Honorary Child Advocate
Runners
Runners

 

For questions, please contact Margaret Durgin, at 865-463-2740, or email cacactinc@comcast.net

 

The Child Advocacy Center of Anderson County Tennessee is funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Exciting News!

The past year (2012) has brought many changes!  Some new Board Members (check out who we are), new programs (look under the Parent tab) and some exciting new fundraisers in the works (see event section)!

And, what are we doing?  We are listening to the children, families, and community providers and finding ways to meet the needs of the children.  We are providing community awareness about child abuse and education about child abuse prevention, but, we can’t do this alone.  We need the continued support of the community.

This support allows the Child Advocacy Center of Anderson County Tennessee to continue to provide services to children who are victims of childhood abuse or witnesses to other crimes. We can not do this important work without the help of our volunteers, donors, and supporters. Thank you to all who have worked in various ways to provide this support!

So, in 2013, please remember that as a 501 (c) 3 non-profit charitable organization, we need your help to ensure the children get the services they need to heal and recover from childhood abuse!

What Happened in 2013?

Clock Presentation[3]

Blanche Dresner, Oak Ridge Psychologist, presents the Child Protective Investigative Team (CPIT) with a clock for their meeting room at her last meeting in December, 2013.  (Blanche shown here with Joe Pinkerton from the Department of Children’s Services in Anderson County.)

Certificate Presentation[2]

Psychologist Blanche Dresner is honored with an award as a Child Advocate for her many years of dedicated service  to the children of Anderson County at her last CPIT meeting in December, 2013.  Blanche’s expertise and experience will be missed.  We wish Blanche the very best!

 

The YOUTH SHOWCASE held NOV. 2, 2013 was a success!

Performers included:

Taylor Gober
Taylor Gober
Eston, a self-taught magician
Eston, a self-taught magician
Nicolas Cagle
Nicolas Cagle
Taylor Stone
Taylor Stone
Lara Manning
Lara Manning