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ONCAC provides membership services to support the growth and development of CACs so young victims will have access to a strong, localized, and multidisciplinary response and receive the unique services needed to begin their journey towards healing. 


  • Training opportunities 

  • Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) & multidisciplinary team (MDT) technical assistance 

  • Assistance with the development and accreditation of Children’s Advocacy Centers 

  • Networking opportunities 

  • Access to federal and state funding sources 

  • A unified voice for all CACs 

ONCAC is a private, non-profit 501c(3) located in Columbus, Ohio. 


The membership year runs from July 1 to June 30. 


For new members, those who join throughout the current membership year, a discount based on the quarter you join will automatically be applied to the following year dues.    


Accredited Member:  $250 (1 Year)  

Children’s Advocacy Centers who have met all ten Standards of Accreditation and are accredited by 
National Children’s Alliance. This level of membership has full voting privileges.     

Become an Accredited Member Today! - CLICK HERE ​ 

Associate Member: $150 (1 Year) 

Children’s Advocacy Centers that are providing the full- array of CAC services and are working toward implementation of all Standards for Accreditation by National Children’s Alliance. This level of membership has full voting privileges.    

Become an Associate Member Today! - CLICK HERE 

​Developing Member: $50 (1 Year)  

A multidisciplinary team that is working to improve services for abused children through the development of a Children’s Advocacy Center. This level of membership does not have voting privileges.     

Become a Developing Member Today! - CLICK HERE 


Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) are child-friendly facilities that help abused children heal and thrive by coordinating the investigation and treatment of child sexual abuse and providing children and families access to long-term advocacy and care.

CACs are for all children. But not all children in Ohio have access to a CAC. At the end of 2018, less than 40% of Ohio’s 88 counties were covered by a CAC.

You can help. Support the network that envisions a future where all children and families in Ohio have access to the full-array of high-quality CAC services. Your donation helps us to serve our mission to provide ongoing support, education and networking opportunities to enhance Ohio’s response to child abuse.