Located in Grandville, the Children's Advocacy Centers of Michigan is an organization of Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) in the state. Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) partner with prosecutors, law enforcement, and protective services to coordinate the investigation of child maltreatment—often child sexual abuse. CACs also provides support to child survivors of abuse so that those kids can get back to being kids. Michael Christy is the Children's Advocacy Center of Michigan's Executive Director.
Recognized as an approved accreditor in 48 states under mandates and deemed status – most recently the Families First Prevention Services Act. CARF International strives to help organizations enhance the quality of their services through internationally recognized standards.
Located in Eaton Rapids, The National Home's community is open to the families of active-duty military personnel, veterans and relatives of VFW and VFW Auxiliary members. The family can be one or both parents with one or more children.
The CARF standards for child and youth services promote healthy development for children and families involved with child welfare, behavioral health, juvenile justice, and early childhood education.