Children’s Advocacy Centers of Michigan
Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) partner with prosecutors, law enforcement, and protective services to coordinate the investigation of child maltreatment—often child sexual abuse. CACs also provide support to child survivors of abuse so that those kids can get back to being kids.
About Children’s Advocacy Centers of Michigan
The Children’s Advocacy Centers of Michigan (CACMI) is a 501c3 nonprofit charitable organization. CACMI is a network of children’s advocacy centers (CACs) throughout the state. CACs provide a collaborative and coordinated framework to respond to cases of child sexual and/or significant physical abuse. CACs partner with the local prosecutor’s office, law enforcement agencies, and protective services in the investigative process. CACs also often provide wrap-around clinical and social support services to child victims and their non-offending family members. Our mission is to unify and strengthen Michigan’s response to child victims of abuse through sustainable growth, collaboration, and the empowerment of CACs. We provide a variety of member services to CACs to support their work with child victims of sexual abuse. Learn more at www.cacmi.org. CACMI’s annual budget is $750,000 and has 40 association members.