For the month of October, members of law enforcement in Rockingham County are invited to go "razor-less for a reason" and participate in our Beards for Bucks Campaign-- for a fee of $30, officers may grow a beard, mustache, or goatee. All proceeds benefit the CACRC. If other community members would like to make a donation to this cause, please feel free to do so below!
We are thrilled to welcome Pauline Wells back to the Blue Ocean Music Hall for a special holiday concert to benefit the Child Advocacy Center!
When: Friday, December 2, 2016 Where: Blue Ocean Music Hall 4 Ocean Front, Salisbury, MA 01952 Time: 8:00pm, doors open at 6:30 Tickets: $32 each, plus a $3.00 processing fee (if purchased online) *Parking is $5.00
You can also sponsor a table for community first responders for $210!
Pauline is not only a talented vocalist, but a Lieutenant for the Cambridge Police Department, where she has overseen domestic violence and sex offender crimes and served as the Commanding officer for the Court Prosecution Unit at the Middlesex County District Court. Pauline has performed at more than 400 civic/charitable events and is consistently called upon to perform the national anthem in support of first responders, our troops, and American veterans. On December 2, 2016, Pauline will be performing alongside Boston’s Irish band, Devri, in a special holiday concert to benefit the Child Advocacy Center of Rockingham County. Click here to learn more and visit http://www.blueoceanhall.com/ to purchase tickets!
Pauline Wells generously donates her time to this event, but there are still many sponsorship opportunities available for local businesses who would like to get involved and partner with this worthwhile cause!
Event Sponsor -- $2,000Company name and logo will be included in the event program and a public announcement will be made by the performers recognizing the sponsor for their generosity
Pipe and Drum Sponsor -- $500
Company name and logo will be included in the event program
First Responders Table Sponsor -- $210
Company name and logo will be displayed at a table of first responders from our community
This summer the CACRC is please to welcome five new board members to our team:
Andrew Chace resides in Raymond, NH with his wife Katelyn and two sons; Andy is a Certified Financial Planner™ at Ameriprise Financial in downtown Portsmouth. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Portsmouth Rotary Club as well as the chair of the Portsmouth Rotary Basic Needs Committee.
Maranda Delcambre has been with High Liner Foods for 17 years and currently serves as the Director of Human Resources. After spending four years as a Human Resources Generalist with the company, she moved into the HR Business Partner role. About five years ago she was promoted to Director, where she is responsible for providing HR oversight for all of their U.S. manufacturing and logistic facilities covering three states.
Samantha Mick, a local agent for Liberty Mutual Insurance, spent several years working as the Center’s Intake Coordinator and Forensic interviewer. She also serves as a volunteer for the Maine’s Distinguished Young Women scholarship program and is thrilled to be involved with the CACRC once again.
Dan Ross currently works as the director of business development for U.S. Foods, a large national distributor. Dan grew up in New Hampshire with eight siblings and parents who encouraged community service. Dan has been a committed volunteer serving various nonprofits including Second Harvest, ARC, and high school athletic booster clubs. His community involvements, as well as his experience as a foster and adoptive parent serve as motivation to support and perpetuate the work of the CACRC.
Frank Warchol is a Captain with the Portsmouth Police Department and has had a 25 year career in law enforcement. With his long history of accomplishments, Frank emphasis is on protecting our c communities’ most vulnerable population. Prior to his current position, he was a member of the Seacoast Emergency Response Team, Safe Routes to School Committee, and the Kids Bike Safety Helmet program, to name a few.
Our mission is to provide a safe environment for the evaluation of alleged child abuse for children 3 to 18 years of age. Through the collaboration of public, private, and community partners, we work to ensure the safety, health, and well being of abused children.
We are a place where children's voices are heard.
Accredited by the National Children's Alliance, the CACRC is a nonprofit organization that works in conjunction with local police, child protection services, county attorney's office, victim advocates and mental and medical health providers seek to provide a community where children are safe and justice for victims of sexual and physical abuse can be obtained.
- We believe our multidisciplinary approach is the best way to serve the needs of children and their families impacted by child abuse.
- We will create a neutral place where interviews and services for abused children are provided.
- We will connect children and families traumatized by abuse with needed community resources.
- We will coordinate multidisciplinary teams for the child's benefit. We support our staff's professional developement.
- We will educate our community and partners to prevent child abuse.