Advocating For Children
The Northeast Arkansas Children's Advocacy Center is a non-profit organization that serves child victims of sexual abuse and their families by providing a haven for interviewing and examining the child. NEACAC is a safe place for kids who may have been physically, emotionally, or sexually abused to tell their story. By bringing together all the professionals, under one roof, we avoid re-traumatizing children who are already suffering from pain, fear, or confusion.
We serve all of Northeast Arkansas, free of charge, providing help for children in seven counties: Clay, Craighead, Greene, Lawrence, Mississippi, Poinsett, and Randolph.
What We Do
The Northeast Arkansas Children's Advocacy Center is a non-profit organization that servces children with allegations of abuse and neglect by providing a safe place for Forensic Interviews, Medical exams, and follow up services and referrals for the family.
How We Are Funded
We survive on grants procured through our local community and through funding provided through the State of Arkansas. We do fundraising and also accept donations from organizations and individuals in our community. There is no charge to the individual for our services.
All children who are seen at the center have been referred after a report of abuse has been made to the Child Abuse Hotline. If you suspect that a child has been abused, contact the Hotline at 800-482-5964.
The Northeast Arkansas Children’s Advocacy Center is proud to partner with local organizations committed to helping children throughout Northeast Arkansas recover from trauma and abuse. Like NEACAC, these non-profit facilities are committed to advocating for children who have suffered from physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Click the links below to learn more about our notable partners.
Become The Solution
For Our Children
If you have suspected that a child has or is currently being abused, please call 844-SAVE-A-CHILD or 800-482-5964. With your help, you can be the voice for a child that is too frightened to speak up. Join us in the movement to create a better tomorrow for children today. To learn more about signs of abuse and how you can help, click here.