EAC Network believes that the safety and well-being of children is a collective responsibility of the whole community. In recognition of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, we encourage you to join us as we #GoBlue on April 15 to spread awareness of the prevalence of child abuse within our communities…
Child Advocacy Center
We’d love to thank Imagination Dollhouses for Children for our Child Advocacy Center’s new custom-made dollhouse. Imagination Dollhouses for Children is a nonprofit founded in 2008 by Josef Soper who donates his time and energy to build beautiful dollhouses for child advocacy centers around the country.
The Huntington Charity Workshop, which is part of the Huntington Senior Center, recently donated tons of hand-made comfort blankets, hats, and sweaters to give to the children who come to our Child Advocacy Center. Represented by Barbara M., Coordinator of the Huntington Charity Workshop, the seniors spend countless hours all year long to create the hand-made items, which provide comfort and ease to our children during a traumatic time period of their lives.
Every day, five children die as a result of child abuse, many of them right here in our own backyard. Helping to address this growing problem is EAC Network’s Suffolk County Child Advocacy Center at the Pat & Mary Bagnato Place for Kids (CAC), which provides assistance to young victims…
Bruno Yactayo, our Bilingual Family Advocate at the Suffolk County Child Advocacy Center (CAC), recently presented at the Comsewogue Community Connections Night to families of the hispanic community at Comsewogue High School. Not only does the CAC treat child victims of abuse, but it also aims to educate community members on signs of abuse so that it can be identified and addressed sooner rather than later.
The “Women of West Islip,” represented by Carmela R., ran a Share the Love stuffed animal drive and donated dozens of cute and fluffy animals to our Suffolk County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) to help provide comfort to child victims of abuse and neglect. Thank you, Women of West Islip!