Bright Tomorrows Inc

A nonprofit organization

112 donors

Last year in Idaho:

2,249 Children received:

  • Interviews for suspected abuse
  • Crisis counseling
  • Medical services
  • Coordinated abuse investigations at Children’s Advocacy Centers

Please SUPPORT the Idaho Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers and help Idaho’s Children!

What is a Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) and how does it make a difference for child victims of abuse? 

  • At its core, a CAC is aboutTEAMWORK – bringing the agency professionals involved in a child abuse case together on the front end – and about puttingthe needs of the child victim first.  
  • CACs bring together Law enforcement, Child protection, CAC child abuse interviewers, child abuse Medical professionals, Mental Health professionals, Prosecutors, and Victim witness specialists.
  • A CAC provides a trained child abuse interviewerto talk to the child.
  • A CAC video records the child interview while Law Enforcement watches via live video feed so the child only has to tell their story once.
  • A CAC provides up front Crisis Counseling to Family members providing education, emotional support, and linking them to services while thier child is interviewed.
  • A CAC provides needed medical assessment and services by a child abuse trained medical professional.
  • A CAC provides access to abuse specific trauma informed Counseling / Mental Health Services.
  • A CAC helps children and families prepare for courtif they have to appear or testify.
  • A CAC provides Case tracking and follow up so no child falls through the cracks.
  • A CAC provides children and families with HOPE  and HEALING! 

 

Organization Data

Summary

Organization name

Bright Tomorrows Inc

Tax id (EIN)

82-0396300

Categories

Children & Family

Address

409 Washington Ave.
Pocatello, ID 83201

Phone

2082342646

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