Children’s Advocacy Center

By | October 4, 2018 10:34 am

L-R: Martha Phillips (CAC31 executive director), Greg Wilson, Rick Perez, NaKeisha McBride (CAC31 prevention advocate)

Van Buren County Mayor Greg Wilson and Martha Phillips are pleased to announce the upcoming opening of the Children’s Advocacy Center for the 31st Judicial District new office, in Spencer.

“We are extremely thankful to Van Buren County for collaborating with us on the establishment of this office,” said Rick Perez, CAC31 board president and Van Buren special projects deputy.

CAC31 will open their office in the old Masonic Lodge, at 146 Spring St., in early October.

Children’s Advocacy Center provides prevention, intervention, and healing to victims of severe child abuse in Van Buren and Warren County.

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