Healing Starts Here

Abuse. The word alone is hard to hear. And when a child has been abused, it is even harder to know where to turn for help, guidance and understanding.

The first step is the Children’s Advocacy Center of Suffolk County (CAC). CAC has the experience to help children and families navigate a complex system, while staying focused on what matters most: Child safety and well-being. Read More ›

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What's New at CAC

  • The 2016 CAC Boston Marathon Team

    Feb 26, 2016

    In just a few weeks, half a million people will line up to encourage every runner in the 2016 Boston Marathon. The Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County (CAC) and friends will be cheering for three runners in particular: the 2016 CAC Boston Marathon Team!  Busola, Drew, and Isiah each have their own compelling reason to take on the marathon challenge. But all share the commitment to helping children at the CAC. With each step they take, they are supporting a child's recovery from exposure to violence and abuse. ... More ›

  • The 2016 Ginormous Climb

    Feb 26, 2016

    Registration is OPEN for the 2016 Ginormous Climb on April 2, 2016 at 200 Clarendon Street, Boston, formerly known as the John Hancock Tower. At the Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County, we meet young heroes every day. You can be a hero too. Climb the 60 floors to the top of New England's tallest building. Get started on your Ginormous Climb and register today! Rally the support of family, friends and colleagues to help reach your goal. Along the way, you'll be helping kids feel safe, cope with trauma, seek justice and heal. Take the first step: Register Today! ... More ›

  • Third Annual Ginormous Climb Registration Now Open!

    Jan 25, 2016

    Gather your courage to speak out about child abuse while you collect sponsors for The Ginormous Climb on April 2, 2016. And then, demonstrate your resolve as you climb 60 floors to the top of New England’s tallest tower 200 Clarendon (formerly known as the John Hancock Tower). ... More ›

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