The Family Advocacy Program provides services to non-offending caregivers of children interviewed at the South Enotah Child Advocacy Center. A Family Advocate will meet with the non-offending caregiver while their child is being interviewed to assist with resources in the area as well as answer any questions they may have.
Services provided by the Family Advocate include:
- Crisis Intervention.
- Referrals for counseling or any other services needed (i.e. domestic violence shelters, parenting classes, protective orders, housing, etc.)
- Information about victim rights and crime victims compensation.
- Information about the child protection and criminal justice systems.
- Education about age appropriate sexual behavior.
- Follow-up support and help as needed.
- Anything else that may be requested by the non-offending caregiver.