Children's Justice Center

Why this resource is helpful:

Arthur D. Curtis Children's Justice Center is a nationally accredited Children's Advocacy Center that provides a safe, child-focused place for alleged child victims of criminal-level abuse and their non-offending family members.

The Center's multidisciplinary team of trained responders comes together from across agencies and jurisdictions to address crimes against children, including holding perpetrators accountable through the judicial system and sensitively considering children's health and healing needs.

Center staff includes experts from Clark County, the City of Vancouver, Children's Center, Family Solutions and Washington State Department of Children and Family Services. Together they investigate cases, provide support services and help prosecute suspected felony child abuse perpetrators.

CJC Mission
We are a multidisciplinary team seeking the truth, protecting the rights of victims and investigating and prosecuting child sexual/physical abuse while attempting to minimize trauma to victims and their families.

Please be advised that due to COVID-19, Children's Justice Center is open for emergency forensic interview appointments only. If you have any questions or concerns about your case, please contact your assigned advocate or law enforcement investigator. For other services or support, please refer to our Community Resources and Referrals page.
Quoted From: https://clark.wa.gov/childrens-justice-center

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