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CAC marks two decades of serving region’s children, families

The Southwest Virginia Children’s Advocacy Center marks its 20th anniversary this month of helping child abuse victims in the region. The CAC opened on April 29, 2002, allowing a multidisciplinary team to work together to handle child abuse cases in the region. The center is located at Mountain Empire Older Citizens in Big Stone Gap and serves Lee, Scott, Wise and Dickenson counties and the City of Norton. Since opening its doors, the CAC has assisted child abuse victims and their families in more than 2,300 cases.

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