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Child Advocacy Centers of South Dakota (CACSD) facilitates multidisciplinary training and technical assistance to help establish and strengthen the CAC's in the state of South Dakota.

As we work with communities to establish their own community-based center, we seek to provide the best possible training opportunities to all professionals involved in the investigation, prosecution and treatment of child abuse cases.

In addition, National Children's Alliance offers a wide range of training opportunities, including online and national training programs.  Learn more about the National Children's Alliance organization here.

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6th Annual Stand Up to Child Abuse 5K

April 28 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

| $20

Join the community force against child abuse by participating in the 6th Annual Stand Up to Child Abuse 5K Run/Walk, organized by the Avera St. Mary’s Hospital Central South Dakota Child Assessment Center. Families, children and individuals are welcome to participate. All proceeds benefit child abuse prevention efforts.

Details

Date:
April 28
Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
$20
Website:
http://avera.org/StandUp

Organizer

Avera St. Mary’s
Phone:
605-224-3365
Email:
lindy.bare@avera.org
Website:
http://avera.org/StandUp

Venue

South Dakota Discovery Center
805 West Sioux Avenue
Pierre, SD United States
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Every month NCA and the Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (MRCAC) offer outstanding educational opportunities FREE through video streaming as a benefit of your membership with NCA.

Check out the calendar online at: http://www.mrcac.org/edunet-2-0/

 

 

 

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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What can you do?

Reporting abuse or neglect can protect a child and get help for a family – it may even save a child’s life. Learn more about reporting child abuse here.