The Child Advocacy Center of Gloucester County receives referrals of abuse and neglect from, the community, the local municipalities, and the Division of Child Protection and Permanency. All allegations of abuse or neglect of a child can be reported directly to the Division of Child Protection and Permanency at 1-877-NJABUSE. Additionally, you can report any allegations of sexual abuse, physical abuse, domestic violence, missing children or human trafficking to your local police department or directly to the CACGC at 856-384-5608.

You can also report your allegations via the form on this page.

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    What is a Child Advocacy Center?

    • A safe, child-friendly setting for child abuse victims to receives specialized investigative, medical and therapeutic services.
    • A child-centered environment designed to respect privacy and encourage compassion to maximize the process of healing.
    • A place where law enforcement, child protective services, prosecutors, victim advocates, medical and mental health professionals meet to coordinate multidisciplinary services.
    • Where investigators and child protective services partner to limit the number of times a child is interviewed, thus reducing trauma and ensuring the best possible outcome.
    • Where referrals for medical, mental health, or other community resources can be arranged.

    Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach

    The Child Advocacy Center of Gloucester County responds to allegations of abuse and neglect with a multi-disciplinary team approach, which is a group of professionals working together to investigate allegations of abuse while ensuring the best interests of the children are being served and the potential for future trauma is reduced.

    Therefore, the investigations handled at the CACGC involve:

    • A caseworker from the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly D.Y.F.S.)
    • A Detective from the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office
    • A Municipal Police Detective
    • A Victim Advocate
    • An Assistant Prosecutor
    • Medical Professionals

    The CACGC provides one safe place, one team, one coordinated response to help child abuse victims and their families.