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Our knowledgeable and experienced staff and members can be a valuable resource for stories covering child abuse intervention, prevention, and advocacy. For questions related to these important issues or to request an interview, please contact us at 304 333-3936 or marioncountycac@yahoo.com. For guidelines on reporting child abuse, click here.

Tygart Valley United Way Day of Action 2023

What a crew! We had a great time today making the CAC sparkle and shine thanks to The Girls Scouts and their leaders. We are so grateful for your help and kindness. From left to right: Amber Humphry, Madyson Board, Andrea Rounds, Laura Candell, Kaeleigh Hoard, and Jeff Merrifield.

Tygart Valley United Way Day of Action
We would like to give a big shout-out to the awesome crew that came to help with the MCCAC’s Spring clean-up. From left to right, Cecelia Hawkinberry, Donna Nuzum, and her granddaughter, Ivy Nuzum. What a great crew! Together, we made the CAC shine! We can’t thank you enough for lending your time and energy to help.

🖐 Give a High 5. Donate $5. Encourage brave WV kids! 🖐

For the month of April, the MCCAC is participating in the High 5 Drive for Brave WV Kids. Donate $5 to the Marion County CAC and challenge your friends to donate by sharing on your social media page.

Coming in April!

Last year, 4,703 brave WV kids walked through the doors of a Child Advocacy Center following allegations of sexual abuse, physical abuse, or neglect. 142 of those kids were seen at the MCCAC. The West Virginia Child Advocacy Network is asking you to join the #High5Drive by donating $5 to give a High 5 to one of those brave kids! We know that child survivors of abuse can heal from trauma — with the right community response!