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In The News:

The Social Impact – July 3rd

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WECYAC Southpoint Sun Article

Holidays Get Re-Imagined At Tecumseh Mall

The Tecumseh Mall featured a winter wonderland walk-through & virtual photo experience, done through Shutterbug Photo Booth, to support Windsor-Essex Child Youth Advocacy Centre during the holidays.

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WECYAC Recipient of Department of Justice Canada Funding

The Government of Canada has provided Child Advocacy Centres with additional support to better respond to the needs of children/youth and their families resulting from the impacts of COVID-19.

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WECYAC Windsor Life Magazine June 2020 article, pg 49: Forging Ahead

BizX Magazine: Windsor-Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre

In Canada, October marks “Child Abuse Prevention” month designed to raise awareness about how to raise awareness about how to identify and help prevent child abuse. In Windsor and Essex County alone, over 70 cases of child abuse were investigated last year.

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Windsor Life Magazine: Child Youth Advocacy Centre

WECYAC has seen over 116 clients in their new facility since October 2018. The centre aims to minimize trauma by bringing a team together in one location, so the child need only disclosure their story ONCE.

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CTV Windsor: Child Youth Advocacy Centre

Many Windsor-Essex kids don’t  know where to turn, but a centre is stepping in to fill that void. Sacha Long reports.

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Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advisory Centre seeking community support

A newly established charitable organization supporting children and youth who report various forms of abuse is seeking community support.

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CENTRE OPENS TO REDUCE TRAUMA FOR CHILD ABUSE VICTIMS IN WINDSOR-ESSEX

A centre designed to make it easier for children to disclose abuse has opened in Windsor.

The Windsor-Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre has officially opened the doors at its permanent location at St. Clair College in the Anthony Toldo Centre for Applied Health Sciences.

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Centre to aid child abuse victims opens at St. Clair College

A new centre to help children who have been abused has opened at the Anthony P. Toldo Centre for Health Sciences at St. Clair College.

The Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre has been set up for victims to give statements to police and children’s aid workers in “a single location.”

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The Windsor Police: THE WINDSOR ESSEX CHILD/YOUTH ADVOCACY CENTRE

The Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre (WECYAC) provides a child-centred, safe location for children/youth to disclose their abuse to a specially trained team of professionals. Prior to WECYAC, children/youth subjected to abuse were interviewed in several locations around the community by multiple different professionals.

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New centre for abused youth in Windsor

A new centre has opened to help hundreds of abused children in Windsor-Essex.

It’s called the Windsor-Essex Child Youth Advocacy Centre.

“It’s a friendly, safe location where children can go and talk about their abuse that they’ve endured,” says executive director Michelle Oake.

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An new child/youth advocacy centre is a space where the 700 local children who report abuse each year can tell a team of professionals what happened — once.

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Police and community partners support the Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre.

Proud to join police and community partners to support the newly established Windsor Essex Child/Youth Advocacy Centre. This innovative collaborative approach provides better support for victims of child/youth abuse.

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The MediaPlex: New center for abused children

Local children who have been abused have a safer space to share their stories with the opening of a new child and youth advocacy centre.

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St Clair opens centre for victims of child abuse

A new centre for victims of child abuse has opened at St Clair College’s Anthony P Toldo Centre for Health Sciences, reports CBC.

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News Locker: Centre To  Aid Child Abuse Victims Opens at St. Clair College

A new centre for child abuse victims gives them a chance to be heard in a single place, instead of requiring them to travel across the community to multiple locations.

 

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