This “Practice Brief” provides an overview of the importance of Tribal sovereignty in child and family services, with considerations for how this might affect child advocacy professionals.
This “Practice Brief” of the Native Child Advocacy Resource Center explains why the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) movement and individual CACs have established a strong commitment to the development of culturally responsive services that are attuned to disproportionalities in victimization and access to services among various racial and ethnic groups.
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- Practice Brief 7: An Interview with Native Child Advocacy Resource Center’s Deanna Chancellor on the Effectiveness and Flexibility of the CAC Model