The Children's Advocacy Center of Hampshire County
Announcing the Impact Racing/Artifact Cider Project 10K Run!
The Children's Advocacy Center is pleased to be the beneficiary of the inaugural Artifact Cider Project 10K run on June 4, 2023.
With a rolling 10K course through beautiful Florence, MA, the opportunity for runners to learn about and enjoy what Western Mass has to offer, an after party at the Artifact Cider Project Cellar, and the opportunity to support children and families affected by child abuse, you won’t want to miss this event!
10 K Race Sponsors
Thank you to our friends at Tandem Bagel for donating all proceeds from this adorable coloring book to the Children's Advocacy Center of Hampshire County.
Stop by any Tandem Bagel store to buy one for someone special!
What is a CAC?
''Worth the Wait'' - A Book to Support the CAC!
Worth the Wait, by Lynn Scott
All proceeds for the sale of this book go to the Children's Advocacy Center of Hampshire County! We are so lucky to have such thoughtful and creative supporters. If you are interested in purchasing a copy please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 413.238.4264.
The Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) of Hampshire County Inc. is based upon the fundamental premise that children have the right to be safe and protected from harm. The CAC is dedicated to minimizing secondary trauma to child victims by streamlining the handling of cases of child sexual abuse, serious child physical abuse, and child exploitation.
Through the CAC, children and families are linked to medical, mental health, victim advocacy and other services determined on a case-by-case basis. At the CAC our services are provided free of charge for as long as a child may need them.
Mandated Reporter Training
This 51A online training was designed by the Middlesex Children’s Advocacy Center in collaboration with the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office to help mandated reporters:
- Understand their legal obligations as mandated reporters
- Recognize possible signs and symptoms of maltreatment
- Know how to respond to a child who discloses abuse
- Know how to file a 51A Report
- Understand what happens after a 51A Report is filed