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Amie Hicks
· January 19, 2016
i love the ladies here. They are wonderful not only to the children but to the parents as well.
SamChristine Rhds
· January 6, 2017
The staff here are all great people who work hard to help the children in our area.

Join us for a tirvia night to benefit the Child Advocacy Center during Chlid Abuse Prevention Month!

Doors open at 6pm, Trivia starts at 7pm.
Table for 8: $120
or $15/person....
Call/email Jillian Martin at Child Advocacy Center to reserve your spot today!:
(618) 277-1134

Bring your food and enjoy our cash bar!

Includes Silent Auction, 50/50 and Raffle Prizes.

All proceeds will be used to upgrade our recording equipment which is used during forensic interviews with children. Your support is greatly appreciated!

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Sat 7:00 PM CDTKnights of Columbus Council 1959, 303 Broad St. Evansville, IL 62242

In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention month, the St. Louis Bread Company at Belleville Crossing is donating 20% of their sales between 4pm and 8pm on April 18th to the CAC. This includes orders for pick up and delivery. Come on out and enjoy a Panera dinner and show your support for the CAC!

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We have a winner! Jo Matecki was the first to guess that 27 puppies were in the basket. Thank you all for taking part in our contest and thanks again to The Edge for the great prize!

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What's more fun than a barrel of monkeys? A basket of Baby Homers! Can you guess how many are in the basket? The first person to guess the right number will receive a "Fun for Four" pass to The Edge. This includes four laser tag passes, a toasted ravioli & mozzarella cheese sticks platter, a large pizza and a pitcher of soda. The pass expires April 3rd. Guesses will be accepted until Monday, March 12th at noon and a winner will be named later in the day. If no one guesses the exact number, we will award the prize to the person with the closest guess.

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The puppies are here!
Thanks to a few very generous donors, we now have 160 stuffed "Baby Homer"s to give to the kids we see at the Center. We are so excited and the kids are too. They love Homer and taking home a "look alike" has been a hit. Thank you Swansea Rotary Club for your part in helping to make this happen. ❤️

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We are so excited to be hosting our first fundraising event in Randolph County! We are in the process of raising money to buy recording equipment for our new Chester facility. So, please come out and spend an evening with us testing your mental prowess, meeting some old and new friends, and helping us to provide the best services for our communities that we can.

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Understanding how to react when a child discloses abuse is critical to their ability to recover from the abuse.

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Say It, Survivor

Most people think the worst case scenario is having their child disclose to them that they have been sexually abused. We see it differently. The worst case sc...enario is your child is abused and never tells you.

How you react to your child speaking their truth plays an integral role in their ability to heal. Please listen to the words of our community telling us what they wish had happened in the wake of their abuse.

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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement provides support and assistance to victims of crime in furtherance of federal criminal investigations, including child exploitation and human trafficking, for citizens of the U.S. as well as other countries.

"Desi* survived sex trafficking, rape, refugee status and family violence in the United States and civil unrest in her home country.
St. Clair County Child Advocacy Center updated their cover photo.
January 8
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St. Clair County Emergency Management Agency

Below is the most recent Warming Center List available as provided by the United Way. For up to the minute information call 211 to request assistance. Please remember your pets and to check on the elderly during these bitter cold temperatures.