Welcome to the Children’s Alliance of Montana — CAM.
Join us for the 3rd Annual Montana Children’s Justice Conference — January 17-18, 2017 at Buck T-4 in Big Sky, Montana! See the flyer and Registration form. Contact:
Brenda – email@example.com or
Jacole – firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
We have a great line up of topics, national and local presenters! This is one conference you won’t want to miss. Check out the flyer by clicking on the link below. See you in Big Sky!
Children’s Alliance of Montana
Please click on the Newsletter tab for our latest newsletter and CAM Brochure. CAM is an Accredited Chapter of the National Children’s Alliance.
Strengthening teams and Children’s Advocacy Centers by empowering professionals to hold offenders accountable and to help children heal.
Let no child in Montana face the trauma of child abuse alone.
Let every abused child in Montana have the chance to heal.
That every child in Montana has access to a Children’s Advocacy Center and the expertise of professionals on a Multidisciplinary Team.
Provide support, training and technical assistance to professionals working on Multidisciplinary Teams and in Children’s Advocacy Centers to strengthen their response to child abuse and promote healing for victims and their families.
The Children’s Alliance of Montana is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide support, training and technical assistance to Children’s Advocacy Center’s and Multi-Disciplinary Teams across the State of Montana so that every child victim of abuse and his/her non-offending caregiver(s) has access to the services of a Children’s Advocacy Center and the expertise of a Multi-Disciplinary Team.
Children’s Advocacy Center’s and Multi-Disciplinary teams allow for centralized services to children who have been the victims of/or witnesses to crimes. Collaboration between law enforcement, child protective services, prosecutors, medical providers, mental health counselors, and victim’s advocates are essential to meet the needs of the children and families who have been affected by crimes.
Nationwide, 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused prior to their 18th birthdays. The Children’s Alliance of Montana is there to provide support for those who protect these children, and to minimize the trauma of the investigative process. Through training and services to local agencies, the Children’s Alliance of Montana has helped thousands of children and families whose lives have been impacted by sexual and physical abuse.
For more information, please contact us:
Brenda George — Executive Director –Email: email@example.com — Phone: 406-672-2136
Children’s Alliance of Montana Board Members
Coleen Magera, Chair, Retired Sanders, Custer and Powder River County Attorney
Tara A. Harris, Harris Law Office PLLC
Lynelle Amen, Secretary/Treasurer, Yellowstone Counseling Center
Brett Linneweber, Immediate Past Chair, Senior Deputy Yellowstone County Attorney
Kip Tkachyk, Flathead County Children’s Advocacy Center — a program of the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office
Paula Samms, Director, Lewis and Clark County CAC — a program of A.W.A.R.E., Inc.
Mary Pat Hansen, Director, First STEP Resource Center — a program of First Step Resource Center
Valerie Laurence-Widmer, Executive Director of Emma’s House, Bitterroot Valley CAC
Molly Molloy, Director, Butte Child Evaluation Center, a program of Southwest Montana Community Health Center
Tracy Hemry, Coordinator, Cascade County CAC, A program of the Department of Health and Human Services
Missi White, CAC Coordinator, Yellowstone Valley CAC, A program of the Center for Children and Families
Cindy Smith, CEO, Bullhook CAC, A program of the Bullhook Community Health Center
Christina Powell, Executive Director, Gallatin County CAC, a Program of Help Inc.
Angela Matthews, CAC Coordinator, Fort Peck Tribe CAC, A program of the Red Bird Women’s Center
Don Guiberson, Chief of Police, Dillon Police Department
Children’s Alliance of Montana Advisory Council
Dana Toole, LCSW – Bureau Chief, Children’s Justice Bureau, Montana Department of Justice
Eric Barnosky, Regional Administrator, Department of Public Health and Human Services, Eastern Region