Is your family prepared? You know what to do if there is a fire or a snowstorm, but what about if there is a report of sexual abuse? Download our safety plan to prepare and have a conversation with your family today.
BCAC relies on the generosity of community members like you to support our mission to provide all reported victims of child sexual abuse in Baltimore and their non-offending caretakers with comprehensive forensic interviews, medical treatment, and mental
Mandated Reporters are teachers, social workers, nurses, and many professionals who work with children. Every state has laws requiring a report of abuse if they have reason to believe it occurred. But do you know what number to call and what to do?
Sign up for Mandated Reporter Training on Wednesday, April 16th from 9:00am to 11:00am at BCAC. Click here for more information.
Be A Hero is now sold out! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the event waitlist and we will contact you if more tickets become available.
Join BCAC the evening of Thursday, April 3, 2014 at the American Visionary Art Museum as we honor members of the Baltimore community for their commitment to keeping
children safe from abuse.
Be A Hero will feature guest speaker, advocate for children and boxing champ,
Sugar Ray Leonard.
Click here to view a list of our fantastic sponsors!
Can your youth-serving institution afford to have a Sandusky / Penn State-like incident ruin its reputation and put your children at risk? Do you know how to report suspected abuse? Find out how you can protect your school and protect your children from the risk of child abuse. Click to learn more or send us an email to sign up your school or camp today! Watch the story on WBAL.
Read the article in the Jewish Times from 8/16/2013
Brighten a Child's Day
When visiting BCAC, kids just want to be kids. You can help by providing healthy snacks, art supplies, books, and toys which more than 1,000 children use and take home each year. These items all bring a smile to their faces and remind them that they are - and can be - kids. Our supplies are running low - click to learn how you can help.
BCAC via a grant from the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention created Project CARD to train first responders on the need for minimal facts collection when working with children. View our video and resources.
BCAC is committed to transparency. View our Guidestar report online here.