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YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Protect our Mississippi children by supporting the Children's Advocacy Centers of Mississippi by making a donation today.

Help us provide hope and healing to victims of child abuse in Mississippi.


We are celebrating 20 years of protecting and providing healing and prosecution services to abused and neglected children. Through the past two decades, CACM has implemented Multidisciplinary Teams, established 12 local Child Advocacy Centers across the state, opened the first Child Advocacy Training Institute in the state, and helped save 44,320 children.


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"Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."

Nelson Mandela, Former President of South Africa

child abuse statistics

According to the U.S. Administration for Children & Families, an estimated 1,670 children died from abuse and neglect in the United States in 2015. That same year, Children’s Advocacy Centers around the country served more than 311,000 child victims of abuse, providing victim advocacy and support to these children and their families.

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We are excited to share this article recently published on our CAST efforts in Mississippi.
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Congratulations to Tomiko Mackey for receiving the Outstanding Frontline Professional Award from APSAC. We are extremely grateful for her dedication to protecting children. #IProtectChildren
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Did you know that multidisciplinary team (MDT) response to child abuse and neglect cases is mandated by state law? CACM and Natchez Children Services visited Woodville to work with the Wilkinson County Multidisciplinary Team. We spent the day(7/21/2022) team building and learning about how MDTs can best serve child survivors of abuse while minimizing the trauma these kids have to relive. MDTs help reduce the number to times kids have to tell their story on their journey of healing and justice. These first responders do incredible things for our children and are working to be even better for them! Thanks to Woodville and Centreville PDs, Wilkinson County Sheriff’s Department, MDCPS and Natchez Children Services for a great day.
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