Who are the children that the CAC serves?
The Clark County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) serves children from birth to 18 years of age or those under 21 who are intellectually disabled. The children are referred to the CAC by child welfare and law enforcement agencies. We work to provide a coordinated community response to victims of:
- Domestic Violence
- Felony Level Physical Abuse
- Human Trafficking
- Sexual Abuse and Exploitation
- Witness of a Violent Crime

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1. Who are the children that the CAC serves?
2. Why is the CAC needed?
3. Where is the CAC located?
4. How much do services cost?
5. What about confidentiality and information sharing?
6. How can I get involved?
7. If I donate will my name and address be sold to others?