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Annual Report - 2015

Annual Report - 2014

Annual Report - 2013


Family Advocacy Center to open satellite center in Hastings!

A satellite office slated to open in early 2017 in Hastings will give victims of child abuse, their families and local law enforcement a more centralized location in which to re-build lives and foster hope.

The Family Advocacy Center broke ground Thursday afternoon on what will be one of nine nationally accredited satellite child advocacy centers in the state.

The satellite location will provide forensic interviews, advocacy , case coordination and testing for drug endangered children in Adams County. The center provides assistance to law enforcement, Health and Human Services and prosecutors in investigation allegations of child abuse.

For more of this story, please click <<here>>

Attorney General Approves Child Death Scene Investigation Guidelines

To view a copy of the letter that Attorney General Jon Bruing sent out, please click <<here>>.

Please click <<here>> to view a copy of the guidelines.

Check out what's happening in North Platte...

An army of workers

The North Platte Telegraph Monday's cool September weather was a perfect reminder that the renovation project for the Bridge of Hope Child Advocacy Center has begun just in time.
The more than 100-year-old house that opens its doors to children
undergoing the trauma of abuse will no longer have the cold winter winds streaming through its corridors. A traumatized child who has suffered at the hands of those who were supposed to protect and nurture them will no longer have to relay their stories to investigators over the sounds of passing vehicles. (For more of this story, click here.)



Here are two more great articles on the Bridge of Hope, the Child Advocacy Center in North Platte. Web links are are direct resource to the articles posted by the North Platte Telegraph.

Hope Rides by Mark Young

Club works to 'black out' abuse by Mark Young