Martha SparksSociety Editor
July 27, 2012
The Logan County Child Advocacy Center has announced that 112 new children during the fiscal year 2011-2012 were served by the agency.
The CAC serves children experiencing abuse and neglect; including sexual abuse, physical abuse, domestic violence, drug trafficking, and other threats to child safety and wellbeing.
“Of those 112, 100 had recorded forensic interviews done at the local center,” said Beth Cook, executive director of Logan County CAC. “Those recorded interviews form the basis for review by investigators and prosecutors and the children do not have to repeat their stories of abuse.”
The Pyles and Turner Foundation supported the cost of the materials used in the forensic interviews with a grant this past year.
“The Logan County Child Advocacy Center is grateful for their ongoing support and looks forward to a continuing relationship with this local foundation,” said Cook.
The Logan Child Advocacy Center is a non profit organization.
“We rely upon grants and donations to deliver our services,” said Cook. “Any donation to the Child Advocacy Center is tax deductible and we will provide documentation for your taxes.
If you would like to donate to the agency, the address is
The Logan County Child Advocacy Center
Post Office Box 308
Logan, West Virginia 25601