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Archive for November 2014

Area Conference Brings Together Individuals with the Skills and Passion to Do Something About Child Abuse

Area Conference Brings Together Individuals with the Skills and Passion to Do Something About Child Abuse

November 15, 2014 As part of the commitment to the multi-disciplinary team approach, the Child Advocacy Center of the Black Hills hosted their first annual Child Abuse Conference on October 24th in Rapid City, SD. Addressing child abuse is a complex issue involving multiple systems.  When a […]

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CACSD Board Leadership 2014-2016

CACSD Board Leadership 2014-2016

November 14, 2014 CACSD is proud to announce the election of our 2014-2016 CACSD Board leadership.  Congratulations to the newly elected CACSD Board Chair Angela Lisburg from the Avera St. Mary’s Central South Dakota Child Assessment Center in Pierre, and to Vice-Chair Tanya Fritz from the Children’s […]

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CACSD Chapter Strategic Planning

CACSD Chapter Strategic Planning

November 17, 2014 Representatives from South Dakota’s five Child Advocacy Centers met in Pierre recently for a Chapter Strategic Planning Retreat.  Facilitated by former National Children’s Alliance (NCA) Chapter Development Director Cathy Crabtree, Chapter members came together to chart a course for the future of the CACSD organization in fulfilling […]

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CACSD Members Attend 14th Annual Community Response to Child Abuse Conference

CACSD Members Attend 14th Annual Community Response to Child Abuse Conference

Over 440 child abuse professionals and students attended the 14th Annual Community Response to Child Abuse conference early in October in Sioux Falls. Attendees learned about the developmental impact of child abuse from Minneapolis Psychologist Mindy Mitnick, were informed about current cyber-crimes, augmented reality/virtual worlds, and cyber-bullying […]

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The Child Advocacy Centers of South Dakota

CACSD is a network of Child Advocacy Centers (CACs) dedicated to helping local communities respond to allegations of child abuse in ways that are effective and efficient – and put the needs of child victims first.

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