Our community stands together to eliminate all forms of abuse.
To provide education, advocacy, and a multi-disciplinary response to decrease re-traumatization of children who are victims of crime.
Why a Children's Advocacy Center?
Children are among the most vulnerable members of our community. When a child is violated, action must follow to provide protection and to promote healing.
Whom do we serve?
The Tulalip Tribes Children’s Advocacy Center serves children who are victims of crimes, such as sexual abuse, severe physical abuse, or witness to crimes such as domestic violence.
What do we do?
Our goal is to prevent trauma to the victim in the process of investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases. We do this, in part, by case coordination among all of the agencies involved in the case.
If a Tulalip child is victimized by abuse, or by witnessing violence, that child has rights:
“Protecting Children ◊ Promoting Healing”
"Children are our future.
They are our hope.
They are the answers to our prayers.
No child should have to endure
the pain of abuse and neglect.
The reality is, it does happen.
It is the job of each person to see that it happens less and to
help those who suffer from its pain."
--Wind River Child Advocacy Center