OUR SERVICES

Recognizing the enormity of the challenges our society faces, Isabella County Child Advocacy Center is dedicated to making a lasting impact through our campaigns and programs. Scroll over the boxes below to learn more about our services.

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Forensic Interviewing

When child abuse allegations arise, a developmentally appropriate forensic interview is conducted. ICCAC provides a safe, child-friendly, nonthreatening environment where kids can share their experience. Interviews are remotely observed by members of the agencies relevant to each specific case, and are done in a supportive and non-leading manner.

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Advocacy

Each child and family that comes to the center receives the support of our Family Advocate. This is an on-going relationship that continues after the initial visit, throughout the investigation and court process. This may include crisis counseling, referrals to a sexual abuse treatment program, a medical exam, community resources, and/or prevention education.

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Prevention Education

All children deserve to be safe at home and in the community. Through our Prevention Education programs, we have the potential to make a real and positive change for the children of our community. This is one of our key areas of focus here at Isabella County Child Advocacy Center. We offer several prevention programs for adults, children and community members.

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Mandated Reporter Training

This training is offered to professionals throughout Isabella County who are mandated to report child abuse and neglect and/or would like to learn more about what child abuse is and how to report it. Click the button below to request a training for your agency.

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Cribs for Kids

Special grant funding from the Mt. Pleasant Community Foundation allows us to provide this program promoting safe sleep for infants of Isabella County. Parents or primary caregivers who are in need of a safe sleeping space for their infant can participate in this program. After completing the one hour safe sleep education program, caregivers will receive a new pack-n-play, along with other materials promoting safe sleep.