Meet the Team

Meet Angie, Volunteer Coordinator & Administrative Specialist

Briefly tell us about your role at the CAC.
I am the Clinical Supervisor at the CAC, which means there are a multitude of things that I do on a daily basis.

Meet Misti, Community Advocate

Briefly tell us about your role at the CAC.
I am the Clinical Supervisor at the CAC, which means there are a multitude of things that I do on a daily basis.

Meet Augustena, Children’s Protective Services Investigator

Briefly tell us about your role at the CAC.
I am the Clinical Supervisor at the CAC, which means there are a multitude of things that I do on a daily basis.

Kids Have Rights Articles

The Basics of Internet Safety

One of the questions Kids Have Rights educators are asked by children in the classroom is, “What do I do if someone gives me touches that are not safe when I am away from home?”

Safety at Playdates & Sleepovers

One of the questions Kids Have Rights educators are asked by children in the classroom is, “What do I do if someone gives me touches that are not safe when I am away from home?”

Why Don’t People Report, and Why Is It Important That They Do?

Reporting sexual abuse means taking risks. At this point in time, most of us are aware that multiple factors led to the abuse by Dr. Larry Nassar not being reported.

Resource Articles

The Michigan ACE Initiative

Every day, I hear the voice of sexual abuse survivors grow louder and stronger.  #MeToo has empowered many survivors to break their silence and tell the world that they are not to blame for what has happened to them. 

What Parents and Caregivers Can Do About Child Sexual Abuse.

The Nassar sexual abuse case has led many parents and caregivers to question, “What would I do if a child shares with me that he or she has been sexually abused?” 

It’s time to confront child sexual abuse in our own community.

Every day, I hear the voice of sexual abuse survivors grow louder and stronger.  #MeToo has empowered many survivors to break their silence and tell the world that they are not to blame for what has happened to them.