Empowering children.
Restoring hope. Ending abuse.

The West Virginia Child Advocacy Network provides guidance, protection, and help to children and families affected by abuse.

To report abuse, call 1-800-352-6513 and your local law enforcement agency. You can also search for the nearest child advocacy center for guidance or help. If you are reporting an emergency, please call 911.

 

FIND AN ADVOCACY CENTER

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There are 20 child advocacy centers serving and providing guidance for children and families across the state of West Virginia.

FIND YOUR LOCAL CENTER

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Our community events and trainings, including our annual conference, help us provide effective advocacy.

VIEW UPCOMING EVENTS

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Make a difference in the life of a child. Learn the facts, know the signs and find out how to report child abuse.

LEARN MORE

Our 20 local child advocacy centers (CACs) serve children throughout West Virginia.

WVCAN also serves the local professionals investigating, prosecuting, and treating child abuse with our committed board of directors, dedicated donors, staff, and corporate and government partners.

LEARN MORE ABOUT WVCAN

In the past year, our 20 centers helped over 3,000 children.

Our goal is to create centers within one hour’s driving distance for all West Virginia residents. Together, we can restore the lives of children who have experienced abuse in the Mountain State.

SEE OUR RESULTS