219 N. Lee Street
Carolyn’s Kaleidoscope Child Advocacy Center is provisionally accredited to treat underserved child victims in rural southeastern NC.
A program of Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina, the CAC team meets with child victims and non-offending caregivers to help heal children from the traumas of sexual and physical abuse, and to increase prosecution of offenders. The CAC team works with multiple agencies throughout Bladen and Columbus counties to assess victims, provide post assessment services and assist law enforcement, enabling victims to find safety and cope with the negative emotions, thoughts and behaviors to reduce substance abuse, incarceration and behaviors leading to dependence on state agencies.
- Forensic interviews for child and youth victims
- Comprehensive medical evaluation
- Family and child advocacy
- Trauma focused therapy
- Language translations for children and adults related to CAC services provided
Courtney James - Chief Clinical Officer
Tiffany Paite - Child Medical Director/Examiner
Danielle Nolan - Forensic Interviewer/Clinician
Lauren Geiss - Family & Victim Advocate
Nicole Thompson - Clinician
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Carolyn’s Kaleidoscope Child Advocacy Center is supported by grant project number PROJ014265, awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.