Children’s Advocacy Centers of Washington (CACWA) is partnering with Western Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (WRCAC) to develop and support a Telemental Health Trauma Treatment Network.
The purpose of this project is to ensure that all children served by Child Advocacy Centers (CACs) can access trauma-informed and evidenced-based therapy that will help them recover from the abuse they have experienced.
Children who experience sexual and other types of abuse benefit from trauma-informed and evidence-based therapy.
Children living in rural and remote areas of the state often do not have access to trained and experienced therapists.
Connect children being served by CACs in rural or remote areas with trained therapists through a network of professionals who can provide trauma-focused, evidence-based Telemental health (TMH) services.
CACWA is seeking therapists licensed in the state of Washington who:
Participants in this network will have access to the training and consultation needed to provide trauma-informed, evidence-based therapy using a TMH approach. In spring 2021, therapists already trained in TF-CBT who register to join the Network will receive FREE specialized training on effective TF-CBT delivery using a telemental health format.
To learn more, call 360-753-3703 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To participate in the Network, therapists must commit to the following:
Western Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (WRCAC) provides training and technical assistance (TTA) to reduce the prevalence and adverse impact of child maltreatment by ensuring all children have access to a high-quality, multi-disciplinary response to abuse that is coordinated, evidence-based and trauma-informed. To learn more about WRCAC’s efforts, please contact email@example.com.
WRCAC is a program of the Chadwick Center for Children and Families at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego.
Children’s Advocacy Centers of Washington (CACWA) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and the accredited state chapter of the National Children’s Alliance. As a membership organization, CACWA supports the development, growth, and sustainability of CACs and their MDT partners through training, technical assistance, networking & peer support, research, funding, and advocacy. There are currently 17 accredited and 6 developing CACs in Washington State.
CACWA is an accredited member of the National Children’s Alliance.