Helping to change the world...one child at a time.
The mission of the
Child Advocacy Center (CAC) is to be the Mobile community response
to the problem of child abuse. Abused children are interviewed
here by a specialized, trained team of professionals. Children
and their non-offending family members are referred for counseling
and prepared for the criminal justice process. Also provided
are educational and training programs in child abuse awareness and
Our goal is to
provide a wide range of services in one central location to sexually
abused and/or severely physically abused children and their
non-offending family members so that they may begin their healing
process, and to provide education and training in order to increase
the public awareness of child abuse which will aid in the prevention
of child abuse.
friendly, comfortable environment of the Child Advocacy Center,
there are 28 professionals from 7 different agencies working
together as a team so that these young victims of crime can come to
one central location and receive all of the help and services they
might need. Law enforcement officers from the Mobile Police
Department, Prichard Police Department, and the Mobile County
Sheriff’s Office work together with child abuse investigators from
the Department of Human Resources to investigate reports of child
abuse. They conduct joint interviews with victims, family members,
and witnesses in the field as well as in specially designed rooms
for different aged children here at the CAC. A Forensic Medical
Doctor conducts examinations at the University of South Alabama’s
Children’s Medical Center Outpatient Clinic to secure evidence. The
Assistant District Attorney, Trial Coordinator, and Victim Witness
Advocates provide the victim and families with court preparation and
prosecution services. Therapists and a Family Advocate work at the
CAC to provide extended assessments, individual, group and family
counseling as well as a mothers’ support group and a wide range of
services for families.
MUGSHOTS GRILL AND BAR MOBILE SOFT OPENING
Mugshots Grill and Bar soft opening event at their
new Mobile location at 6255 Airport Blvd. will begin
on Friday, June 28 at 11:00 a.m. and the last
reservations will be taken for 6:30 p.m. Sunday,
June 30. During the soft opening there will be a
lunch and a dinner shift. Guest will pay $5.00 per
person and this includes any appetizer, entrée,
soup, salad, beverages, and/or desserts.
Reservations are required for this 3 day event. Call
the Mugshots Home Office at (601) 898-8178 for
reservations. Adam Briscoe, Director of Business
Administration, will handle the reservations and
availabilities. This 3 day event will benefit the
Child Advocacy Center of Mobile.
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CHEERS TO CHILDREN
Café 615 will host a benefit for the Child Advocacy Center on Monday, July 22nd from 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m at Café 615. Sponsors include: Adams
Plumbing & Drain, Moore Law Firm, Norton Lilly International, Sirius Technical Services, Williams Financial Group, Wendell Quimby, and 99.9 Lite Mix Radio.
The event will feature samplings of Café 615 signature dishes and wines to taste, along with a select live and silent auction. Music will be provided by the Bonus Brothers.
Ticket cost is $35 each and are available at Café 615 and the CAC for $35 each. Call 432-1101 for details.
PALMER’S TOYOTA SUPERSTORE & SCION & AIRPORT HYUNDAI SALE-A-THON
JULY 1st THROUGH 22nd
Keith Palmer, Vice President of the CAC Board of Directors announced
dates for this year’s Sale-A-Thon to benefit the CAC. This will be the 19th Annual Sales Promotion to benefit the Child Advocacy Center.
Dates for the promotion are July 1st through July 22nd. Keith Palmer is pleased to announce that this event will include the fast growing
Palmer’s Airport Hyundai, as well as the Palmer’s Toyota Superstore and Scion. $100 will be donated to the CAC for each new or used car sold at
Palmer’s dealerships during this time. This is a great opportunity for those planning to purchase a car to help of you to help the Child Advocacy
Center to raise much needed funds. We appreciate the generosity Keith Palmer and the staff at both dealerships.