Resources

Tactics in Collaboration Training

The North Central Missoui Children's Advocacy Center will graciously host an MDT "Tactics in Collaboration" training conducted by the  Missouri Office of Prosecution (MOPS) and the Missouri Department of Social Services on January 28, 2013, at the National Guard Armory, 901 Industrial Drive, Trenton, MO.  The training will be on the co-investgation and prosecution of child abuse, will run from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and lunch will be provided.  This training is FREE to all MDT members.
 
Presenters include Jeanne Gordon, J.D., Legal Training Coordinator,  Missouri Department of Social Services, Children’s Division, Central Office AND Catherine Vannier, Family Violence Resource Prosecutor, Missouri Office of Prosecution Services.  For more information see the attached link or contact the Children's Advocacy Center @ (660) 359-2874.

Download MDT 2013 MOPS Agenda


Princeton Community Health Fair

 

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The North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center participated in the annual health fair sponsored by the Dr. Tammy Hart and the Princeton Community Health Clinic, at the Princeton Elementary School on October 31, 2009.  The Advocacy Center teamed up with the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office in presenting health and safety related information.

 

   Steve



Milan Communty Health Fair

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The North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center participated in a Health Fair sponsored by the Milan Community Center on Sunday, October 25, 2009.  The Fair solicited blood donations and presented information on various health related services provided to the community.  The CAC held a drawing for a basketball which was won by Fair participant Diego Chavez.  Congratulations to Diego! 

Diego


Prevention is Primary: Strategies for Community Wellbeing

Prevention Institute, a non-profit national center dedicated to improving community health and well-being, is proud to announce the official publication of Prevention is Primary:  Strategies for Community Wellbeing.  Edited by Prevention Institute and Vivian Chavez of San Francisco State University, Prevention Is Primary aims to move practitioners from the margins of prevention to its core by defining the elements of quality prevention efforts, identifying best practices, and illustrating the application of prevention principles in a multitude of settings.