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Archive for February 2016

Update on HB 1247

There are several bills that CACSD has been monitoring this Session and one of them is House Bill 1247. On Monday, February 22, HB 1247 was heard in House State Affairs Committee and tabled at the request of Jenna Quinn.  HB 1247 is based on a Texas […]

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Staff Spotlight: Kirsten Persson, MSW, PA-C,

Kirsten Persson, MSW, PA-C, joined the Sanford Health Child’s Voice team as an advanced practice provider in October 2015. She received her undergraduate degree in social work from Augustana University and a Master of Social Work from the University of Kansas. Kristen worked as an outpatient behavioral […]

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Henry’s Run – a 5K Run/Walk for the Prevention of Child Abuse

SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, April 30th , 2016 Falls Park, Sioux Falls Proceeds benefit CACSD and Child’s Voice child abuse prevention efforts. Registration is on-line only through AllSportCentral.com.   http://www.allsportcentral.com/EventInfo.cfm?EventID=61303

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South Dakota Bills Important to CACSD

The Child Advocacy Centers of South Dakota (CACSD) is an organization that promotes the development, cultural awareness, growth and support of child advocacy centers and their multi-disciplinary teams in the state of South Dakota through education and training, mentoring, collaboration and advocacy. CACSD is actively supporting HB […]

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Jolene’s Law Task Force “Final” Report and Next Steps

By Casey Murschel, CACSD Chapter Coordinator   The January 2016 Report to the Governor from the Jolene’s Law Task Force isn’t really a final report. “Final” implies the end. The work already done by the Task Force and the recommendations in the report for next steps are […]

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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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