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 Mobile,  AL  36604
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    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 prevention.

    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.

Child Advocacy Center June 20, 2013

The non-profit Child Advocacy Center opened its doors March 1, 1988, to aid victims of child abuse. Crayons, coloring books and toys greet young clients at the facility June 20, 2013, in Mobile, Ala. Read the Article...

   In the 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.


Serve it up with Love
Tennis Tournament - April 10-12
O’Daly’s Green Dress Run!
(Formerly: Run Like an O’Hooligan 5k)
Saturday, 15 March 2014, 4 pm
MEN & WOMEN’S Charity Tennis Tournament

Michelob Ultra and Briggs Equipment will be the Presenting Sponsors of the 9th Serve It Up With Love Men & Women’s Charity Tennis Tournament. Love sponsors of the event are: BugMaster, and Horizon Freight System. The event will be held on April 10th (ladies) & April 12th (Men) at the Copeland Cox Tennis Center. Play will be from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Ladies will play a team format of 4 courts of doubles. Men will play a 6 man team combo format. Cost of the tournament is $35 per player, which includes breakfast by Fresh Market, coffee by Carpe Diem, and lunch will be provided by Wintzell’s Oyster House. All players will receive a signature tennis shirt and goody bag, The Orthopaedic Group will provide medical coverage for the event.
If you would like to participate or become a sponsor please contact Elaine Henderson at 432-1101, ehenderson@cacmobile.org and look for entry forms at www.serveitupwithlove.com which is hosted compliments of Dogwood Productions. Please like us on Face Book/ Serve It Up With Love, compliments of Hummingbird Ideas.
This event was recently chosen to receive a prestigious Lantern Award by the Southern Public Relations Federation.


The 2014 Al Fuchs Memorial Greater Mobile Junior Championship will be held Saturday, April 12 at the Copeland Cox Tennis Center. This junior tournament is open to girls and boys in age brackets 8-10-12-14-16-18. Quick Start will be used for 8 year olds and under to help them learn the game. This half day event will be U.S.T.A. sanctioned. Each player will receive a signature t-shirt and a goody bag. Breakfast will be furnished by Fresh Market and lunch will be provided by Wintzell’s Oyster House. Wintzell’s will also be on site to prepare lunch that will be available for purchase to family members and friends of tennis players. The Orthopaedic Group will provde medical coverage for the event. If you would like to help with the tournament or become a sponsor please contact Elaine Henderson ehendersonnderson@cacmobile.org and check our web site www.serveitupwithlove.com, hosted compliments of Dogwood Productions and like us on Face Book compliments of Hummingbird Ideas.


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