Southern Regional Children's Advocacy Center (SRCAC)

A project of the National Children’s Advocacy Center, SRCAC is located on the NCAC campus in Huntsville, Alabama. Funded through the Department of Justice, the SRCAC delivers training and technical assistance to those individuals in the U.S. Southeast Region who provide collaborative and coordinated responses to victims of child abuse.

850 Child Abuse Professionals

Received technical assistance or consultations regarding CAC development.

1,614 Child Abuse Professionals

Attended 30 presentations made by SRCAC at national, regional or state conferences.

1,646 Child Abuse Professionals

Attended one of 74 trainings, on-site technical assistance or chapter events conducted or supported by SRCAC.

5,290 Child Abuse Professionals

Received training and technical assistance through SRCAC's state Chapter grant program.


With the strong growth of Children's Advocacy Centers, many states have developed state-wide organizations or Chapters. Chapters can utilize local networks and are familiar with laws that are unique to their state. In addition to networking and mentoring opportunities, Chapters are often working to educate state leadership on protecting children and the needs of CACs.

Southern Regional partners with each State Chapter to provide technical assistance and to collaborate on state conferences and customized trainings. To find information on a chapter in the Southern Region, click on the blue states below.

Southern Region (blue)

339 Accredited CACs

28 Associate or Developing CACs

21 Affiliated CACs

16 Chapters

This represents
of all CACs in the US.
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