CAM is hiring!  CAM is searching for a bright, talented professional to join our team.  We are hiring a part-time Membership and Project Coordinator.  If you are interested in this position, please see the attached job description and job announcement with information on the job duties and instructions on how to apply.

Membership and Project Coordinator Job Description 2019

Membership and Project Coordinator Job Announcement 2019

Welcome to the Children’s Alliance of Montana — CAM.

Montana you are excelling and everyone is noticing!  All eyes are on the great work of the MDT professionals in Montana.  The National Children’s Alliance has recognized the efforts of our teams and CACs serving Indian Country.  Please see the NCA March Newsletter – Montana Member Spotlight featuring the great work of the FBI on the Northern Cheyenne and Crow Reservations.  Also check out NCA’s 2018 Annual Report featuring the hard work and dedication of the amazing  Fort Peck Multidisciplinary Team and the Fort Peck CAC, a program of the Red Bird Women’s Center.

NCA March Newsletter – Montana Member Spotlight

NCA-2018-Annual-Report-Web

What have we been up to? I’m sure glad you asked.

CAM at a Glance

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 Centers 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 Centers 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: director@childrensalliancemt.org — Phone: 406-672-2136