About Us

The Will County CAC provides hope, healing and justice for children (and non-offending family members) who have endured sexual abuse, severe physical abuse, sexual exploitation, child pornography, neglect, and exposure to violence

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Our Services

Multidisciplinary teams (MDT) comprised of law enforcement, DCFS investigators, forensic interviewers, child & family advocates, trauma therapists, medical personnel and prosecutors provide:

Forensic Interviews | Family Advocacy | Trauma-Focused Therapy | Medical Exams | Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Victim Services | Paws-4-Kids Comfort Dogs

Support Us

In 1999, the FRIENDS OF THE WILL COUNTY CAC - a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization - was created to allow the Will County Children's Advocacy Center to raise donations from caring and generous individuals, businesses and organizations, to assist funding our critical services.

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Meet Some of Our Dedicated Professionals!

Will County State's Attorney James W. GlasgowWill County State’s Attorney James W. Glasgow established the Will County Children’s Advocacy Center in 1995 to provide hope, healing and justice for children who have endured severe physical abuse, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, neglect, and exposure to violence.

The FRIENDS OF THE WILL COUNTY CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER - a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization was created in 1999 to allow the Will County CAC to raise necessary donations from empathetic and generous individuals, businesses and organizations to carry out our life-changing mission.

When children make an outcry of sexual abuse, a trained and compassionate interviewer obtains an accurate statement in a neutral, non-suggestive, and child-friendly environment. Forensic interviews recorded at the Will County CAC have been used in the successful prosecution of hundreds of child predators. In addition, the staff provides children and families with advocacy services and trauma-focused therapy, to enable the healing process to begin.

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If you suspect child abuse in Illinois, call your local police department (911) or call the 24-hour Child Abuse Hotline at 800-25-ABUSE (800-252-2873 or TTY 1-800-358-5117). If you believe a child is in immediate danger of harm, call 911 first. In non-emergency situations, mandated reporters may report suspected child abuse or neglect using the new Online Reporting System. For more information about the guidelines for reporting child abuse or neglect, read the Care Enough to Call brochure in English, Español or Chinese (中国).

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